Partly sunny eggs

Gin Lee
Partly sunny eggs/Gin Lee

Partly sunny eggs

These eggs take approximately six minutes to cook. They're yummy and the egg yolks aren't terribly runny! During the last minute of cooking the partly sunny eggs, I constantly, lightly splash the oil over the top of each egg with a spatula. This is to make certain that none of the egg whites are left uncooked. I have just cooked some sausages, so I am using the oil from them to cook the eggs. Once the eggs are finished cooking, the egg whites will look like clouds coming out over the sunny yolk. Hence, the reasons why I refer to them as being partly sunny eggs.
Partly sunny eggs/Gin Lee


  • Eggs (I used four)
  • A sprinkle of freshly ground pepper and seasoning salt
  • Oil, bacon or sausage drippings, or use butter (use just enough to coat your skillet)


Add your oil to a non-stick skillet, allowing the oil to get hot on medium heat.
Cooking the partly sunny eggs/Gin Lee

Next, carefully crack the eggs and add them to the skillet of hot oil. Cook for five minutes, then turn the burner off. Finish cooking the eggs one more minute. With a spatula, lightly splash the oil on top of each egg, just around the sides of the egg yolk.

Once your eggs are partly sunny, they're done. Place the eggs onto a plate and serve. Enjoy your partly sunny eggs with some cooked sausage and buttered toast, or better yet, make some homemade biscuits to dunk into the yolks. It's a great way to start out your day, if you eat breakfast in the morning. However, if you're like me, I prefer breakfast at night.

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