How To Cook Perfect Eggs
Fried, scrambled, boiled (hard and soft) and of course, POACHED.
We all know eggs are the perfect food.
They start our mornings, save our dinners, provide the perfect late night snack, and have the power to get us through the worst hangovers of our lives.
So here's a guide to cooking every kind. Bookmark it. Print it. Remember it. Who knows, one day it might save your life.*
*Maybe not, but it might save you from sad desk lunch, which is basically just as important.
The sunny-side-up egg is the King Of Instagram Foods, and can take many forms.
This one is a FRIED egg, and if it doesn't have golden-brown edges, well, it's not fried.
Then put them on YOUR PIZZA.
A hard-boiled egg is basically the easiest thing you can make in a kitchen; all you need is a stove, a pot of water and a timer.
Still, there are some things you need to know. That green ring around the yolk? Yeah, that's an overcooked egg. Hard to peel? There's a trick for that.
And then you can make THESE deviled eggs.
If you really want perfect scrambled eggs, you gotta use a nonstick skillet.
I own one JUST so I can make scrambled eggs and omelettes. It's true. And you'll be using butter. Lots of it.
And then you can make THIS breakfast sandwich.
There are lots of tricks, tools and gadgets that claim to make PERFECT poached eggs, but the reality is that you only need a pot, some vinegar and an egg.
Then go forth and truly *upgrade* that avocado toast.
The perfect soft boiled egg has a just-set yolk, with the center still slightly runny, almost jammy.
To me, it's kind of like if a fried egg and a hard boiled egg had a baby. So, yeah, it's the perfect food.