How Directly Cracking Eggs Into The Pan Can Ruin Them

Pans don't heat evenly. As it sits on a stove, the region directly above the burner will be hotter than the rest

 If you crush an egg and drop it in, you don't have as much control as if you poured it from a container.

In his recipe for over-easy eggs, Alton Brown recommends using a receptacle for more precise pouring and even cooking.

Never crack eggs directly into a pan—always crack them into a cup or ramekin.

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It's the only way to make sure they cook properly, and you can pour them into the pan just where you want them.

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