How To Cook Eggs – A Few Different Ways To Cook eggs


How To Cook Eggs – A Few Different Ways To Cook eggs

How To Make Great Hard Boiled Eggs – This is one of my all time favorite ways to make a yummy meal. I like to think of this as the ultimate egg dish, but one that is simple enough for any amateur chef. Eggs are always good any time of day. Hard boiled or scrambled? We’ll show you how to cook eggs most effectively.

How To Cook Eggs – You have decided to learn how to cook eggs and you have reached the halfway point. Now you are faced with the daunting task of figuring out what sort of dish to make. Are you going to make scramble eggs, soft boiled eggs, or omelets? Depending on what sort of texture you want your eggs to have, this will be a key decision point in your learning experience.

To make the best scrambled eggs, I usually start by setting the timer for 30 minutes. Once the timer goes off, I immediately switch the oven on and heat the oven to its highest temperature. I then move the eggs to the center of the oven and allow them to sit for about two minutes. While the eggs are cooking, I quickly take a look at the clock to make sure I have enough time to heat the oven again and move the eggs to the cold side of the oven.

How To Cook Eggs On The Microwave – This is the method I often use to scramble eggs on the microwave. It’s easy, fast, and very cheap. In just a few minutes you can have your egg ready to serve. Just keep an eye on the timer and you’ll have your perfectly cooked eggs sunny side up.

How To Cook Eggs In A Waffle Maker – If your waffle maker doesn’t come with a shell, this is an inexpensive way to make scramble eggs in the morning. Simply pop the waffle into the machine and cook it up. There are waffle makers that come with a nonstick coating. If this is the case, you’ll want to coat the outside of the waffle with a little cooking oil or butter before removing from the pan. Otherwise, the waffle could stick to the sides of the pan as it cooks. This isn’t really an accurate picture of how to cook eggs in a waffle maker, but it’s close.

How To Cook Eggs In A Microwave – This is my personal favorite, because it’s so quick and easy. I usually put the yolks and whites into a zip lock bag and place into the microwave. For best results, I always heat the eggs to room temperature, but you can start with soft boiled eggs if you’d prefer. The great thing about microwaves is that you can set the timer to make an exact amount of eggs. I usually make enough for two whole eggs.

How To Cook Eggs In A Pot – Another wonderful method to learning how to cook eggs is by using a cast iron pot. Cast iron just happens to be one of the best cooking metals you can use to make scrambled eggs! All you do is preheat your cast iron pot, add the yolks and whites to the pot, gently turn the eggs to avoid overcooking, and cover for about five minutes. Uncover and add to a hot dry skillet for scrambling. Scrapping is the trick to taking away the natural texture of the egg.

So there you have it. A few different ways to cook eggs that are easy and fun. No matter which method you choose to learn how to cook eggs, I encourage you to give them a try. It doesn’t matter whether you want omelets, scramble, or waffles, you can make breakfast quickly and easily at home. Best of all, you can make the best tasting eggs in the world if you know how to cook eggs!


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