Eggs, they are delicious, everyone loves them. They are nutritious, healthy, and you can prepare them in many ways. Fried, boiled, poached, from the pan, the microwave or the oven. You name it.
There are still some things you can do with eggs that few people know about. Today I go over 4 surprising things you can do with eggs!
This certainly surprised me when I saw it. You can add yolks or egg whites to your favorite soups. Then you think okay, what’s so special about that? You completely take your soups to another level. Everyone prefers soups that are nice and smooth and creamy.
When you stir in a beaten egg yolk just before serving you get a really smooth sheen. For soups that you make from broth, let the egg whites flow slowly through the soup while you stir. Do this for several minutes and you will serve a wonderfully smooth and creamy soup.
The first time I did this a world opened up for me. Truly a whole new taste sensation!
You’ve probably eaten them in a restaurant. Tasty crispy eggs. These are heartily delicious. But if you’ve experienced the same thing as I have, the attempts to make them crispy and crunchy are often utter failures. However, there is a foolproof method for making them.
With this method you get an egg that is nice and crispy on the bottom with egg whites that are fluffy and a yolk that is runny. If you don’t like a liquid yolk you can flip it in the pan at the last minute when the bottom is crispy and leave it around 10 to 20 seconds, then serve. Then that way you can let the yolk harden while the white still remains nice and fluffy.
Add a large amount of olive oil to the pan and heat it until it starts to fry. Add your egg and put them on low heat. You will soon find that this will give you a delicious and crispy egg. Delicious! In less than a minute you will have delicious eggs with fluffy white and runny yolks that are perfectly crispy on the bottom. Delicious with your toast.
If you ever use the waffle iron to make your breakfast, you don’t need a pan at all! You can easily make an omelet in the waffle iron. Simply beat a few eggs with cheese and salt, grease the waffle iron and bake for 3 to 4 minutes. Then you have a delicious omelet. Homemade from your waffle iron.
If you do it right, you can also take them right out and your waffle iron won’t get dirty. You just have to let the eggs cook long enough, otherwise it will be a dirty mess. At least 3 minutes. Sometimes a little longer may be needed depending on the kind of waffle iron you have.
If you make some hard-boiled eggs as a snack then steaming eggs is the way to go. I don’t quite understand why. But when you steam an egg it seems a lot easier to peel than when you cook them any other way!
By the way, steaming eggs isn’t hard at all either, and you’ll have a delicious hard-boiled egg in no time. So give it a try, they are easier to peel and they taste just as good, maybe even better!