Easy Poached Eggs.

If you're into easy poached eggs like me, you're going to want to pin this hack for later!  Go ahead and impress your friends with the perfect poached egg.
Simple Poached Eggs




I love poached eggs.  Okay, I love most eggs, but especially poached eggs!  I never made them much because they're kind of a pain and I felt like I lost half the egg white every time.  To the husband (and pantry's) chagrin, I started researching poaching pans on Amazon. But then a friend asked if I had tried mason jar rings.  Erm, what?

And that folks, is the secret to the most perfect, insanely simple poached eggs.  Wide mouth mason jar bands.  Of which I already have about four million.  I was seriously about to spend thirty five bucks on something that you can get twelve for four dollars.  I'm digging this hack.  And so is my pantry space.

I've also recently learned how to make hollandaise sauce with a stick blender.  With these two hacks, my waistline may never recover.  And please excuse my kitchen, I'm a bit of a whirlwind.  But isn't cooking more fun that way?  I think so!




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Easy Poached Eggs, Ingredients:




Easy Poached Eggs, Directions:


  1. Fill a deep sauce pan with water, add salt, and vinegar.
  2. Bring to a rolling boil and drop in mason jar rings.
  3. Turn heat down to medium/low and crack eggs gently into rings (make sure water covers eggs completely)
  4. Cook about 7 minutes, or until you reach desired doneness.
  5. Lift eggs/rings out of water with a large spatula and take mason ring off spatula before plating eggs.
  6. Enjoy!


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2 comments:

  1. I am new to the blog. Love, love this tip! Could you please post the recipe for hollandaise make with a stick blender. Thanks! Judy M.

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