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Return the skillet to medium heat, cover, and cook until egg whites are set and yolks are warm and slightly thickened but still liquid, rotating the skillet as necessary for the eggs to cook evenly.
Naturally, the meal features Carbone’s classic Caesar salad, prepared before diners’ eyes with an elaborate dressing of roasted garlic, anchovies, Dijon mustard, egg yolks and oil.
At Lipp, Ludo ordered the tartare and frites, the tartare pale with Dijon and yolks, the heat from the Tabasco pronounced.
Don't cook them enough and your yolks will still be runny.
Set four whole eggs aside and separate the whites and yolks of the remaining four eggs, placing in them in separate bowls.
Broken shells and fresh yolks desecrated the scene.
Fry to your liking, about 3 minutes, covered, for whites that are set and yolks that aren’t. 6.
In another large bowl, with electric mixer on medium (no need to wash beaters), beat remaining 1 1/3 cups sugar, the orange peel and juice, oil, egg yolks and orange extract until well blended.
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Definition of yolk for English Language Learners
: the yellow part in the center of an egg
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