12 Fried Or Frightening Eggs?

Fried Or Frightening Eggs?

Posted on November 25, 2010 by team

This dish is not a culinary masterpiece; it’s just a kind of funny joke-dish. Perhaps this article would better fit Halloween, but it’s always funny to see amazed eyes of your nearest and dearest, isn’t it?

To cook this weird meal we need: eggs, butter, species and red cabbage.

Crack the eggs and separate yolks from whites, very carefully.

After that, we must extract red cabbage sap. A juicer or grater and cheesecloth can be used. We don’t need much sap.

Then we add the sap to the whites. If we have taken 4 eggs, we need one teaspoonful of cabbage sap to make our dish acid-green (fallout style), but if we overdo it, the fried eggs will be dark blue.


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12 Responses to “Fried Or Frightening Eggs?”

  1. Brian says:

    We could add this to our eggs, but WHY?

  2. whodareswins says:

    ooh scarey beyond belief

  3. aasdfa says:

    showing them on a white plate after cooking would have gotten the point across better…

    atm they just look uncooked in the pan.

  4. OLUT says:

    Would you eat them with Iosef Stalin?
    Would you eat them if you were fallin’?
    Would you eat them in Red Square?
    Would you eat them here or there?
    Would you eat them with a balalaika?
    No sir! No! I do not like ‘em!

  5. cockatrice says:

    Green Eggs, where’s the Ham?

  6. Mike says:

    Yeah, this isn’t unknown… my grandmother would take red cabbage, and add it to soup at the end of cooking, and cook it for just a few minutes to get blue soup… if you cook it too long, the blue goes away to “yuck” color.

  7. Manushca says:

    If you put that sap in the yolk you make green eggs! :)

  8. Bobble Hat says:

    Oh, it’s the Fun Police…

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