A COOKING pro has shared how to make poached eggs in the microwave that takes less than a minute to cook.
This hack will give help you achieve poached eggs every time.
The Instagram page, @ketosnackz, shared a reel on how to make poached eggs without all the hassle.
To complete this one-minute hack, cooks only need a few ingredients.
Start by putting some hot water into a microwave-safe container.
Next add one tablespoon of vinegar into the container.
After that, crack open the egg over the hot water and vinegar. Place the mixture in the microwave for 50 seconds.
Once the microwave timer goes off, take it out immediately, but be careful since the container can be hot.
Scoop the egg out with a spatula and place it on top of your desired meal.
You can add additional seasoning over the poached egg if you desire.
Cutting the poached egg diagonally will give you the perfect cross-section of the running yolk.
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For cooks, that want to remove the egg shells with ease, soaking hard boiled eggs in vinegar can help you take the shells off faster.
When boiling eggs, another cooking expert suggests adding salt, water, and vinegar in the pot.
After adding these ingredients carefully add the eggs into the pot and boil them for 14 minutes on high heat.
When the eggs are done, allow them to cool off for 15 minutes in cold water.
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After doing that, the shells should come off with little to no manpower on your end.
Aside from eggs, experts have shared tons of tips and tricks on how to make cooking a stress-free endeavor.
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