poached eggs

For many of you brunch lovers out there, eggs are best when poached. You can stop arguing about the best method; everyone's a winner here. Carla Lalli Music, food director at Bon Appétit, demonstrates three to make perfect poached eggs.
Eggs are meant to be simple. Let's keep them that way.
Luckily, there's an easy way to poach a lot of eggs at the same time. Related: Bet You Haven't Tried This Hard-Boiled Egg
This may sound ridiculous, but my poached eggs are a wispy mess. I have tried gently lowering them into the water. I have
This cheater trick will help you poach a perfect and delicious egg, and what is even better, you can add seasonings and poach more than one at a time for larger servings!
Once you've perfected basic techniques like frying an egg and cooking rice, it's time to move on to those things that may have initially scared you off. Yes, we're talking about poaching eggs.
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We always eat our corned beef hash with ketchup (though I try to keep the ketchup away from my poached egg), and so should you.
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Everyone loves ordering Eggs Benedict out in a restaurant -- but what about making them at home? There's always a fear about whether eggs can be poached properly or whether the hollandaise will come together.
We've yet to find a savory dish they don't make instantly more awesome.
Stop being scared, they're just eggs! We're here to help.
Crack the eggs into a bowl and make sure they are clean of any shells and unwanted bits. When the water in the pan is at
Served on crab cakes, topped with satsuma hollandaise sauce.