Routine gets boring, even with meals. Cure egg monotony with quick and easy cloud eggs on your griddle and excite your taste buds with something silky, runny, and different.

Cloud eggs are fluffy egg white that comes along with a runny yolk. The egg white is whipped slightly to a stiff peak, then seasoned to perfection. Here’s the easy step-by-step recipe.

Significant differences:

Cloud eggs

Require parchment paper to prevent overcooking and sticking.

It uses a low cooking temperature and a dome for an oven effect

No oil or butter is necessary on the flat top

Regular eggs

No parchment paper is needed

Medium temperature, no dome required

Uses fat, oil, or butter

Cloud Eggs

Ingredients:                                                                

  1. One Egg per Person
  2. Parmesan Cheese
  3. Your Favorite Seasoning

Instructions for Cloud Eggs 

  • Gather your three ingredients,
  • Set your griddle on low setting, and pre-heat without wind guards.
  • Separate egg yolk and put it away from the egg white
  • Beat the egg using a hand whip for 90mins. Gently wipe the egg white to a stiff peak.

{To check your whip consistency, your whip goes from a liquid to a soft, then stiff peak. Pull out your beater, and some whites should be present in the beater. when the whites begin to separate and get chunky, you’ve certainly gone too far.}

  • On your pre-heated griddle, lay a sheet of parchment paper on a flat top.
  • Scoop the fluffy egg white and place it on the parchment paper like a mound.
  • Next, in the white center, make a slight hole to attain a nest shape where you’ll place the yolk later.
  • Sprinkle the parmesan cheese, then season it with your favorite seasoning to the top white.
  • Use the dome to cover, then cook for two mins.
  • Uncover, then place the egg yolk at the center of the fluffy egg. Replace your dome cover, and allow it to cook for two minutes.
  • Using a spatula, carefully remove your cloud egg and place it on a serving platter.

Try it and enjoy the unique taste of the light, airy griddle egg.

Bonne Appetit!