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I do, sort of. I've given up on the vinegar as I don't find it necessary. I put the egg into a
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Posted to Thread #30483 at 9:39 pm on Sep 8, 2018
custard cup and hold it in the simmering water. I then let a little water slip into the cup, hold it for a few seconds and carefully slip it into the water. I end up with a bit of wild egg white but it all adheres to the egg.
I don't sway from this method now as it really does work for me, every time.
Other messages in this thread:
- 30483. We've had several discussions here about how to poach eggs. Anyone tried Nigella Lawson's method . . - mistral - 8:59pm on 09/07/18 (8)
- No...I've been straining super-fresh eggs and just get a little loss. I end up scrambling those - MarilynFL - 10:23pm on 09/07/18
- I always dry both sides of my poached eggs on a clean towel, No vinegar flavor. . . - mistral - 12:21am on 09/08/18
- I haven’t tried it but I’m curious as to whether you noticed any change in the texture of the - Curious1 - 10:27pm on 09/07/18
- I have not noticed any change in texture. . . - mistral - 12:19am on 09/08/18
- Hers by putting some vinegar in with the egg before going in the water would help set the white. - Charley - 11:54pm on 09/07/18
- Dang, I keep forgetting the microwave method! Gotta try it. (nt) [NT] - mistral - 12:21am on 09/08/18
- I do, sort of. I've given up on the vinegar as I don't find it necessary. I put the egg into a - Marg CDN2 - 9:39pm on 09/08/18
- Never thought to cook briefly in a cup then put in the water! What a good idea.(nt) [NT] - mistral - 7:56pm on 09/10/18