Egg on toast microwave

Microwave Poached Eggs now tasty quick easy popular solution📌

Poach an Egg for Breakfast

Microwave Poached Eggs A tasty and quick way to start the day they are full of protein Remember let refrigerated eggs reach room temperature before poaching

Microwave Poached Eggs

Microwave Poached Eggs

Preperation:1 mins Cook: 2 mins Total:3 mins Serving:1 serving

A perfectly poached egg should have a runny yolk with an opaque white. The key to this recipe is to make sure you do not overcook the eggs. Microwaves today are so powerful that cooking times may be significantly shorter and can vary greatly. Play around with this recipe a few times to nail down the perfect cooking time.

Serve these eggs on toast with chopped fresh herbs, on ideally brown bread with hollandaise sauce, or on salads or hash. Try adding a poached egg to a bowl of soup or even on top of pizza.

Egg on toast microwave
Microwave poached eggs

Microwave Poached Eggs Ingredients

  • 1/2 cup water cold
  • 1 large eggs
  • Salt Pepper to taste
  • Freshly ground black pepper to taste?

Fill a microwave-safe coffee cup, glass, or microwave-safe liquid measuring cup with 1/2 cup of cold tap water.

Crack 1 egg into the cup.

Place a saucer on top of the cup so that it covers the opening completely.

Microwave on high for 30 seconds and then see if the egg white is cooked through. If not, continue to microwave in 10-second increments.

Wait several seconds before removing the lid as steam can escape quickly and powerfully, even after a very short amount of cooking time.

Microwaving your egg too quickly or for too long can cause it to violently explode.

As heat builds up in the egg, it produces steam and an explosion occurs when that steam can’t release fast enough.

If you’re really not sure of the strength of your microwave, err on the side of caution and only microwave the egg for 15 or 20 seconds to start, and then microwave it in five-second increments thereafter.

Microwave Poached Eggs
Microwave poached eggs

Microwave Cooking, The Complete Guide to: Practical Handbook Paperback ā€“ Illustrated

Microwave Poached Eggs

Microwave cooking is quick and simple, perfect for light, healthy results that emphasises fast, fresh food. Chapters on soups and starters, fish and seafood, meat and poultry, pasta, pulses and grains, vegetables and salads, desserts and baking, provide inspiration for any cook.

Tasty recipes include Potato Fish Pie, Chilli Con Carne and a great Sticky Toffee Pudding.

There are over 40 pages of microwave cooking advice plus extensive charts to check cooking and defrosting times for staple foods.

The book ensures success every time, inspiring you to experiment with exciting culinary combinations and giving you confidence to use the microwave to its full advantage.

All the basics are here to help you make the most of your microwave, with expert guidance and advice, and information about techniques and equipment.

There are superb microwave dishes for every occasion from snacks and everyday meals to special menus and baking ā€“ the delicious step-by-step recipes include Fruity Brown Rice Salad, Coconut Salmon and a boned Stuffed Chicken that is ideal for a cook-ahead dinner party.

Microwave cooking Spanish Omelette

Cooking sausages easy microwave recipes

Microwave Comparison: Reviews and Recommendations

Microwave Poached Eggs

Spain Info

Optimised Jan 24 H 77/79 P 95/90 FK 100 F

San Francisco De Asis, Urb Marina, San Fulgencio, 03177, Alicante, Spain

Site Disclaimer

Disclaimer: Whilst every effort has been made to provide accurate information, no liability will be accepted for misinterpretation, misrepresentation, errors or omissions - the information provided by our Websites is for use as a guide only and is issued in good faith as information..
All photographs images and FILM material is subject to the understanding that as they are in the public domain they can be used and shared as seen to be appropriate and unless showing a sign that they are covered by copyright law. This also covers Social media operations.