my friend just gave me this easy way to cook an egg. Haven't tried it yet but will tomorrow morning.
spray a small bowl or cup with Pam. Crack an egg in it and beat. . . she said she added a little milk altho orig instructions did not say to.
microwave for 1 minute. Has anyone else tried this?
Yes and although the texture isn't the same as cooking the egg the old fashioned way, it saves a pan, spatula, etc., is quick and can be eaten from the same dish.
Yes, many times, with egg-cellent results.
This is the way to make a quick and easy breakfast burrito. No muss, no fuss.
In a greased custard cup, add one beaten large or X-L egg. (No milk or water.) Add shredded cheddar or monterey jack cheese. And, some crumbled sausage or diced chorizo, if you wish.
Micro-cook it for 60 sec. on High. Carefully slide the cooked egg o to a flour tortilla. Top with salsa. Optional: diced avocado. Then roll it up and enjoy.
Makes a great portable breakfast for work. Wrap the cooked burrito in wax or parchment paper. Keep cool. When ready to eat, just nuke it on High for 15 - 20 sec. to reheat.
For a single person or a couple it is a good way to cook an egg. I'm not a microwave person so I've never done it.
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No, but I have cracked an egg in a greased custard cup, poked the yolk with a fork a couple of times, then microwave until almost set, remove from MW and set aside on counter. After a bit, I chop it in the bowl then add to a green mixed leaf salad.
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Back in the 70's...our dad was thrilled to find out eggs could be cooked in the microwave...but definitely poke the yoke with a fork. THEY can splatter if not watched. IF I cook them in the microwave, I put a paper towel on top to keep the splatter to a minimum. My preference is still stovetop.
Actually this did not work for me. The egg became rubbery. Maybe I should have cooked it at a lower power like I do oatmeal.
Micro eggs can be done on a plate (for sandwiches), in a mug or any number of other utensils.
1 minute is a long time. Try a shorter time and if is not done then stir and put back in. Start with 30 seconds. The time depends upon what container you are using.
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