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A poached egg is an egg that has been cooked, outside the shell, by poaching (or sometimes steaming), as opposed to simmering or boiling liquid. This method of preparation is favored for eggs, as it can yield more delicately cooked eggs than cooking at higher temperatures such as with boiling water.
These light, delicious homemade crêpes are perfect for savory toppings or fillings.
Recipe - White Wine Crêpes for Savory Filling
After preparing the crêpes, they can be covered with foil and placed on a baking sheet in the oven on a very low temperature to stay warm until you are ready for the...
This is a great recipe for a special occasion or a brunch. In fact, this photo was taken when my youngest got engaged. It might look expensive to make, but you only need a small jar of "caviar" - 2 1/2 ozs - and the smallest packet of smoked salmon ( 3 1/2 ozs - 100 gms), and there will probably...
Tea poached eggs and crispy prosciutto
Serves 1-2 | Cooking time 10 min
This is a modified version of (breakfast) eggs and bacon.
✧ 12-15 g/0.4-0.5 oz prosciutto crudo (1 slice)
✧ 25 g/0.88 oz/0.22 sticks salted butter
✧ 2 teaspoons chil(l)i flakes
✧ 2-3 tablespoons soy sauce
Yorky and morning glory wondered how I found this poached egg method. Now I'm open to try new things, I normally just boil water in a frypan and cook. You know how some things pop,up on your screen, well this popped up the other day. The only link I could remember was Nats $$$ m@@@' only...
I have seen some people even chef's on TV who make poached eggs right in the water. That doesn't really look too appealing to me. When I was a kid, my mother always made them in an egg poaching cup. I make them now in the microwave with specially designed egg poaching cups. They are easy to do...