Let them cook/sear about 4 minutes or until they look seared (you should see some brown crusty edges).
Heat a separate non-stick skillet or well seasoned cast iron pan to medium over medium heat. Add 1 tsp of butter or olive oil to the skillet (for each egg). When the butter starts to foam and melt, crack the egg and add the egg to the pan. Cook until the white is set and solid. Add salt and pepper if necessary, and set aside. Follow the step for all 4 eggs.
Serve the steaks hot with your favourite sides. Place a fried eggs over each steak. These steaks are typically served with white rice, homemade fries, a fresh green salad and a side of olives.
Feel free to use store bought fries, but homemade really elevate the dish. I used about 2.4 lbs of white potatoes for the meal. I peeled them, soaked them in cold water, dried them and then fried them in 8 cups of vegetable oil.
You can also cook the eggs in the grease from the steak, but they'll look messier and they're harder to handle then cooking them on a non-stick surface. We chose our method for a cleaner final presentation.