Just like Waffle King and greasy spoon diners do it. Those round double eggs LOL!
You need a 7 1/2 inch round saute pan and a cover from any thing you got, get the pan from a commercial cooking supply like on Gen Washington Dr in Alex. Cheap aluminum is all you need and that's what pros use.
Always use a heated plate, pour some hot water on the plates in the sink to heat. Just get them warm. cold plates make food cold quick. Pros have heat lamps on the plates.
Now like the way the Chicago gangsters told them to make them in the 30's depression days, in real butter for the big tip of 5 dollars. Most joints used bacon grease or margarine. Nothing wrong with them cooked in bacon grease , now and then so you too can claim greasy spoon cook status .
Carefully break two eggs into a small mixing bowl then put a 1/4 inch slice of butter in the pan, heat it up on a low heat.
Add the two eggs cover the pan and let them sit a minute, take a look and gently move the pan on the burner in a circle to keep the eggs from sticking, they will be floating on a film of butter, keep the heat low or you'll ruin the butter flavor
Keep cooking a few minutes and they will be sunny side up, slip them off onto your heated plate if that's what you want.
For cooked over easy , medium or hard you can do the pan flip over, Its easier to do with medium or hard over eggs then over easy. Or if your not ready to do the greasy spoon cook flip, use a very thin small metal spatula, carefully get under them and turn them over.
Now for cooking times
For over easy let them cook 15 seconds after you turn or flip them over, for med or hard give them a minute or two more time.
Slip them out on the heated plate and you ready to serve your lady breakfast in bed or at the table in style just like it came from her favorite greasy spoon
Your Greasy Spoon Cook DAJAX