Food How to Poach An Egg With Confidence And Grace
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There are certain cooking techniques that have an aura of mystery—; achieving the crust of crisp rice on a ; folding a smooth, pale ; grilling a steak to medium-rare; and .
Some years ago, even the thought of poaching an egg sent shivers down my spine. I remember standing over the stove with my mom nearby, losing egg after egg to the pot of water. I must've gone through a half-dozen before I got it (kinda sorta) right.
I read up on what the pros suggested—like using only farm-fresh eggs, or boiling those eggs in their shells for 8–10 seconds before poaching, or adding vinegar to the water to help the egg white firm up, or creating a whirlpool with your spoon to encourage the egg to wrap around the yolk, Fantasia-style. But over the years, I realized that the keys to success weren't nearly so involved. Turns out that all you actually need to do for perfect poached eggs (that is, runny in the center, with firm but not bouncy whites) is 1) strain them, and 2) cook them gently.
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Let's explain. Straining the eggs, as Molly Baz recommends for her bistro-style, gets rid of any loosey-goosey egg whites, creating a neater, more contained final product without tons of fly-away whites.
Simply crack the eggs, one at a time, into aand discard any of the whites that fall through. Strain as many eggs as you're going to poach and add them a bowl. Don't worry about the eggs co-mingling: They'll stay as discrete entities as long as you're reasonably gentle.
Now that you're all set up, heed the second key to poaching eggs: Cook them gently. If your water is too hot (as in, boiling vigorously), the yolk and white might separate, leaving you with a poached egg that's not only ugly, but also unevenly cooked. No good!
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So as soon as the water is at a gentle boil, lower the bowl with the eggs into the pot, pulling it back once an egg as dropped in. Repeat with all of your eggs, then immediately remove the pot from the heat and set a timer for 3 minutes. With the pot off heat, the eggs have an opportunity to cook undisturbed.
Once your timer goes off, check the eggs: The whites should be firm, enrobing the liquidy centers—like sturdy water balloons or packing peanuts. If not, leave your eggs in there for a minute longer, until they're cooked to your preference. Remove them with a slotted spoon, then gently blot on a paper towel or clean dish cloth. This is important: Damp eggs will makesoggy and watery.
And that's all there is to it! Not so scary, right? All that's left to do is to get out a fork. You simply can't make poached eggs without watching the egg yolk dribble out—it's the law.
Get the recipe:
How to Poach An Egg With Confidence And Grace .
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