I'm a cooking expert – my secret tip makes fried eggs taste so much better

THE key to making tasty fried eggs is adding just one extra ingredient.

Cooking expert Lauren Bower has shared a video revealing the secret ingredient she uses to level up her eggs – and surprisingly, it's parmesan cheese!

In her video, she began the process by heating up her pan on the stovetop and spraying it with oil to prevent food from sticking to the surface.

Adding her secret ingredient, she sprinkled a layer of parmesan cheese onto the greased pan.

"It creates so much flavor and a little bit of crunch," Bower said.

"You're gonna love it."


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She then added her eggs on top of the parmesan and covered the pan.

Once covered, she said to turn the stove's heat off and let the residual heat work to finish cooking the eggs.

"Once you have that brown rim, they're done," she said.

Many users loved her secret ingredient trick, saying: "Yum!

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"Trying this in the morning! Also adding spinach!"

Another said: "I’ve always called these 'eggs over cheesy.'"

Adding their own twist, a viewer said to "toss in fresh chopped garlic and onion as well."

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For over-easy eggs, a viewer suggested to "add a little water for the last two minutes, it will poach/steam the yolks like over easy."

"Great idea!" said another foodie.

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