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Sheet Pan Eggs.
Level: Easy.
Total: 20 min.
Active: 10 min.
Yield: 12 servings.


Olive oil, for the pan.
12 large eggs.
Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper.


Pre-heat the oven to 425 degrees F. Generously coat a quarter-sheet pan with oil and place in the oven to heat for 15 minutes.

Crack the eggs thoroughly into a pitcher. Remove the sheet pan from the oven and, working rapidly, gently pour the eggs into the pan. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and thoroughly go back to the oven. Bake until the egg whites are just set but the yolks are still runny, about 5 minutes, or to the wanted degree of doneness.

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  1. Wow I didn’t know you could do that with eggs. I will try it out this weekend.

    1. They messed up the editing, it shows the end product if you watch the whole video.

    2. Start at the 15 second mark, and you’ll see the whole video, including end result.

    1. @thisscreensucks You’re oven is preheated all the time? That’s awesome!

  2. Only takes 25 minutes to make some eggs…yeah what a great idea Food Network…😐

    1. If you need to make eggs for a crowd, this could be useful. If you bake your bacon, you could just pop in a tray of eggs at the end. “Fried” eggs and bacon done hands-free.

  3. I’m picturing a dozen raw eggs sliding off a cookie sheet onto the floor.

  4. They actually put less effort into editing this video than they did cooking the eggs, and that’s really saying something.

    1. This is the food network they are the best. You’re just having way too high expectations

    2. @T C Expectations like not repeating the first 15 seconds of a 42 second video? Did you even watch the thing?

  5. Hey @foodnetwork, your video suddenly loops back to the beginning right in the middle after about 20s. You should probably fix that!

  6. Aside from trying to cook an egg by holding it in my armpit, I cant think of a worse way to do this. Why would anyone want to try doing this? It makes no sense…

  7. Nothing new here. This method is often used in commercial and mess kitchens with even larger pans. Water bathing or steaming are other methods used.

  8. I wonder how many people had to watch and approve this video before it went live on the website

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