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How to poach eggs in a pan

Poaching eggs sure do seem to cause a lot of anxiety in the kitchen. The mix of boiling water and raw eggs really seems to deter people from poaching eggs. Don’t be intimidated. Poaching eggs is easier than you think. We’ll let you in on a little secret way.

It’s actually a ridiculously easy way to poach more than 1 egg at a time and we’ve tested it to make sure you get the perfect result. Here’s the secret to poaching multiple eggs for your next brunch.

Before you start, you will need:

  1. Freshest eggs you can find (fresher the better and at room temperature)
  2. A medium-sized frying pan with a lid
  3. 4 small bowls or ramekins (you could use just 1 bowl if you’re a confident egg cracker)
  4. Slotted spoon
How to poach eggs in a pan: Frying pan method

 

Poached egg recipes to try 

 

Vegetable fritters with poached eggs

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