As a little kid, I remember eating eggs only two ways: scrambled and over easy (dippy eggs, as we called them). Today, I still eat them only two ways, but I think dippy eggs are disgusting, so I've replaced over easy with over hard. My husband grew up eating them that way and introduced me to them. After a morning run, eggs over hard is my favorite way to get my much-needed protein, and they're so easy to make. They're so easy, in fact, that my 3-year-old daughter likes to watch me and tell me how to make them!
Eggs Over Hard
Oil or butter
Salt and pepper
Hot sauce (optional)
Lightly grease the bottom of a skillet (I use nonstick) and preheat the pan over medium heat. When the pan is warm, crack an egg and drop it into the skillet.
With a spatula, break the yolk of the egg. Season with salt, pepper, and garlic powder.
Allow the egg to cook for a couple minutes, them flip egg and cook until the egg is cooked through. My favorite way to eat these eggs is with hot sauce (Tapatio) and ketchup.