Introducing all the tricks to cook eggs easily and easily. There are three types: "onsen tamago made with soup jar", "round fried egg without cercle", and "chopped egg with vegetable net".
Onsen tamago made with soup jar
Hot spring eggs made by utilizing the heat retention function of the soup jar. Put the eggs that have been returned to room temperature in a jar and pour in boiling water until the eggs are covered.
Close the lid and leave it for about 20 minutes, then take it out and take it in cold water. A hot spring egg with a fluffy white meat and a thick yolk texture.
＞＞ Onsen tamago made with soup jar
No cercle required Round fried egg
Place an onion ring (thickness about 1.5 cm) on a frying pan and gently add the raw egg. Heat and turn off the heat when the eggs are as firm as you like.
Cut off the protruding white meat and remove the onion ring to complete. A cute round fried egg that fits compactly on a plate. It is also convenient to easily pinch it in a hamburger.
＞＞ No cercle required Round fried egg
Chopped eggs with a vegetable net
Clean and dry the vegetable net containing okra and mandarin oranges before use. Put the shelled boiled egg and push it closer to the edge of the net.
Eggs extruded from the net are finer and fluffy than chopped with a kitchen knife. Useful for making smooth egg fillings, tartar sauce, and mimosa salad.
＞＞ Chopped eggs with a vegetable net
Three useful tricks that make you want to eat eggs more often. Please use it for breakfast or lunch.