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Dinner help - cooking an egg on a pizza

Dinner help - cooking an egg on a pizza

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rfisher

Original Poster:

3,691 posts

203 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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Having a fiorentina pizza for dinner (that's tea or supper for you southern bankers).

Going to add a raw egg to it for extra yummyness.

When should I put the egg on?

Pizza takes 10 mins at 180oC.

Want it cooked with a runny yolk.

Ta.

GKP

15,099 posts

161 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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rfisher said:
// dinner (that's tea or supper for you southern bankers).
No. No it isn't. Dinner is different to tea which is nothing to do with supper. Three separate, individual meals there.



MX7

7,902 posts

94 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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3.5 mins should be enough I guess.

Horrible idea though. I'm glad it never caught on. hurl

rfisher

Original Poster:

3,691 posts

203 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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MX7 said:
3.5 mins should be enough I guess.

Horrible idea though. I'm glad it never caught on. hurl
Try it.

It's yummy.

MX7

7,902 posts

94 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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rfisher said:
MX7 said:
3.5 mins should be enough I guess.

Horrible idea though. I'm glad it never caught on. hurl
Try it.

It's yummy.
I have. hurl
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Nyphur

3,255 posts

108 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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rfisher said:
MX7 said:
3.5 mins should be enough I guess.

Horrible idea though. I'm glad it never caught on. hurl
Try it.

It's yummy.
Ordered a pizza in a restaurant near Le Mans after the qualifying a few years ago.
It was presented to me with a egg in the middle, put me right off.

Egg has no place on a pizza.

rfisher

Original Poster:

3,691 posts

203 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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Trick is to cook it just right - hence the post.

Too runny and it's a bit 'sloppy'.

Too hard and it goes rubbery (no Chinese jokes please).

I'm going in at 5 mins.

I'll let you know how it goes.

Quite excited now.

Engineer1

10,485 posts

129 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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Egg on Pizza is brilliant but I think the superquick stone baking ovens mean they cook perfectly. Now the Idea of Egg on a Pizza reminds me why I need to get to France.

MX7

7,902 posts

94 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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No STOP!

A boiled egg is about 5 mins. You'll be cracking this open, so the cooking time is far less. You'll end up with a big lump of solidified egg puddle.

I'm not yoking.

rfisher

Original Poster:

3,691 posts

203 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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OK - 3 mins.

Using fan 170oC.

Bit tense now.

Anyone got Delia's phone number?

Ultuous

1,969 posts

111 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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It's gone tea-time... I doubt you'll get any sense out of her! wink

0a

18,920 posts

114 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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How did it go OP, past dinner time now.

T84

6,941 posts

114 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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Important thread is important.

tomsugden

1,309 posts

148 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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MX7 said:
I'm not yoking.
Stop it, un oeuf already!

Fatman2

1,445 posts

89 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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LOL, easy.

Just go for 3 mins and if it looks a smidge under then just switch to grill and it'll give the egg a quick flash.

Love eggs on top of a pizza btw

rfisher

Original Poster:

3,691 posts

203 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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Munching as I type.

Nom nom nom.

Remarkably it took 8 mins to get them just right.

This cooking malarky is harder than it looks.


sneijder

5,177 posts

154 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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Fatman2 said:
Love eggs on top of a pizza
Post of the year, right there.

10 Pence Short

32,880 posts

137 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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Glad it worked- I thought you were going to crack.

Leptons

3,388 posts

96 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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Dinner = Lunch

Tea = Well, tea. To be eaten around 6pm.

Supper = Something you have before going to bed.

Who the fk has egg on a pizza?

Du1point8

19,875 posts

112 months

Wednesday 30th November 2011
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it takes a while for some reason as why I fry an egg its quick and easy but when I create bacon and egg cups it takes a while...

Anyone tried bacon and egg cups?