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Old 01-08-2019, 06:40 PM
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In my search to eat better, I am trying out Ghee instead of butter to fry my eggs. Cast iron griddle, lower temp, using Ghee the eggs stick to the pan like mad. Butter, no issues. Any ideas?
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Got this pan for the wife a couple months ago. She liked it so well she asked for a 2nd. Best non stick pan we've seen.
Maybe that would help.

Bialetti Granito Nonstick Fry Pan, 12-Inch, Gray

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Default Re: Ghee question

making the ghee also drives out residual water . . .
water is what does the 'butter foam' bit. not sure how that would affect eggs tho.


have you tried something like safflower oil? safflower is very taste neutral - I wonder if that would be unsticky?
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Hmmm, I don't know why the difference, Andy.

I always cook eggs in a non-stick pan.

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In my experience, eggs always stick to the pan no matter what oil you use. Non-stick pan is the best solution
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