7 Top Cooking Hacks with Eggs

Blossom Lady
Jan 28, 2022 02:54 AM
7 Top Cooking Hacks with Eggs

Ah, the humble egg. We can't stop singing its praises, and for good reason. High in protein and imbued with these 17 nutritional superpowers, eggs may well be the perfect weight-loss food. With so many ways to cook eggs, you're bound to find one that piques your interest. And even if you're not a fan of the egg on by itself, it's still versatile as an ingredient, having the distinction of being able to deliver both structure and lightness to various recipes, depending on how you use it. In honor of the egg's ubiquitous awesomeness, I've come up with these 7 egg hacks you probably haven't heard before. Enjoy!

1. Pan Preference

7 Top Cooking Hacks with Eggs
When cooking fried eggs, any size pan will work. Try to match the number of eggs you’re cooking to the pan size when possible.
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2. Timing The Top

7 Top Cooking Hacks with Eggs
Getting a perfectly cooked fried egg top is tricky. To cook the whites but keep the yolks a little runny, cover the pan mid-cooking to trap heat and steam the tops.
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3. Hard-Boiled Or Raw

7 Top Cooking Hacks with Eggs
Have trouble telling boiled eggs from raw in the fridge? Hold them up to a light. If any light is visible through the egg, it’s raw.
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4. Fluffier Beaten Eggs

7 Top Cooking Hacks with Eggs
Need the fluffiest beaten eggs? Bring the eggs to room temperature before beating.
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5. Fresh Or Old Eggs: Remember that fresh eggshells appear rough and chalky. Older eggs will have a smoother and shinier appearance.

7 Top Cooking Hacks with Eggs
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6. Easy-Peel Eggshells: When hard-boiling eggs, add two tablespoons of baking soda to the water. This changes the pH of the water, which results in eggshells that peel off more easily.

7 Top Cooking Hacks with Eggs
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7. Picture-perfect fried eggs

7 Top Cooking Hacks with Eggs
It’s always disappointing when you cook a perfect fried egg only to tear it while transferring the egg from the skillet to a plate. Avoid this mishap by applying vegetable oil spray to the spatula, which allows you to gently slide the cooked eggs onto the plate.
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