How do you cook your egg?
Do you like it scrambled? poached? boiled? Do you like it cooked as an Eggs Benedict? Omelette? or with only plain salt? Share it pls!
I like it scrambled. Add some salt, and voila, breakfast served.
There's a legend, maybe based in truth, that each pleat in a chef's toque is for a different method he knows to prepare eggs. Those with the broadest repertoire know a hundred different ways, so they have a hundred folds in their hats. I know perhaps two dozen, making me a piker, but they're all delicious. Lately I've been doing omelets for breakfast, usually plain three-egg ones with just some herb from the garden to flavor them.
Definitely my first choice is over easy with a little salt and pepper...however, if I have ham and onion in the house I fry these up and combine them with scrambled eggs. Yum, yum!
Eggs can be cooked in so many different and interesting ways. You are really only limited by your imagination. Be adventurous. I do not have a favourite way of cooking them.
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by Charlu 6 years ago
How do you like your eggs cooked or is it different sometimes, any unique ideas for making them?Are you an eggs Benedict person, scrambled, over well, deviled or egg salad only, or all of the above depending on what day it is?
by theirishobserver. 9 years ago
I have some free range chickens and two ducks, loads of eggs, I like boiled eggs with brown bread lightly buttered - liar loads of butter......
by sim0n30 8 years ago
I'm going through a real faze of poaching eggs at the minute.
by dappledesigns 6 years ago
What is the difference between sunny side up eggs and over easy eggs?I'm allergic to eggs, so I really didn't know how to properly boil an egg (nor did I have any reason) until I met my fiance. Every time he asks me to cook him eggs in some weird named way (sunny side up, over easy) he normally...
by Elayne 8 years ago
1. Boiled2. Scrambled3. Over easy4. Poached5. Fried
by Jamie Brock 4 months ago
How long would I need to cook a 5 lb meatloaf?I am going to make a 5 lb. meatloaf.. I never make them that large so I have no idea how long it would need to be cooked... I was thinking of cooking it in a large rectangular dish patting it out flat sort of like a cake. Online I read it...
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