Who doesn’t love eggs? As an egg enthusiast, I want to share in this post the different ways in which you can prepare eggs.
Boiled eggs Place your eggs in a sauce pan and fill the sauce pan with cold water about 2 inches deep. Heat the water on the highest setting until the water comes to a boil. Cover the sauce pan with a lid and then let the eggs cook for about a minute. Remove the sauce pan from the heat source and let the eggs sit for ten minutes.
Once the eggs have cooled off you may peel away the shell before eating the eggs. An additional tip would be to transfer the eggs to ice water after cooking to make them easier to peel.
Scrambled eggs Take about four eggs, a quarter cup of two percent milk, and beat the ingredients together in a bowl until they are all blended together. You can add some salt and pepper for seasoning. Heat up a nonstick pan on medium heat and apply butter to the bottom of the pan. Pour the mixture in. As the eggs cook, continuously stir the mixture with a rubber spatula so that the eggs don’t stick to the bottom of the pan.
Fried eggs Grab as many eggs as you want for this one. Take a nonstick pan and apply some butter on the bottom. Turn the pan up to medium heat and crack as many eggs as you want into the pan. You may put the heat on a lower setting at this point. Here you may cook for really as long as you want. Typically I enjoy my eggs over easy but if you are interested in over hard eggs you may want to cook them for longer.
Deviled egg Place as many eggs as you want in a pan and cover fill the pan until there is about an inch of water above the eggs. Heat the water until it comes to a boil and then cover the top for about a minute. Remove the heat from the pan but leave it covered for about ten minutes. Remove the eggs and take the shells off. From there you can cut the eggs in half and remove the yolks. Mash up the yolks in a mixture of mayo, vinegar, mustard, and salt.
Poached eggs Crack as many eggs as you want into a saucer or bowl. This way you can see if there are any contaminated eggs before putting them into the water. From here you can add a few drops of vinegar. Bring a pan of water a few centimeters deep to a light boil. You can then stir the water around in a circle to make something of a whirlpool effect. From here you can add the eggs in. Make sure that the heat isnt so high that it will burn the eggs. Once the egg whites appear to be fully cooked you can drain the water.