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How to Cook With Egg Rings

Publish Date: 2014-07-24 Click: 2227
How to Cook With Egg Rings

Frying Eggs


1Place a frying pan on low heat, and add either nonstick spray, butter or the cooking oil of your choice.

2Place the rings in the pan, and let them sit for 30 seconds. Then move them about slowly, making sure they move easily on the pan.

3Crack an egg into each ring. If you are worried about your cracking ability, crack each egg into a small bowl first.

4Keep the heat low. To cook the tops of the eggs, either spoon excess oil over them, or briefly put the pan under the grill.

5Remove each egg ring using tongs or an oven mitt when you see that the egg is solid and cooked, and take the eggs from the pan with a spatula. Serve.

Poaching Eggs

6Fill a frying pan with an inch of water, and add a splash of vinegar.

7Bring to a boil, and then turn down the heat.

8Place your egg rings into the water, and crack an egg into each one. Cook slowly.

9After cooking for two minutes, spoon the water over the top of each egg or place a lid on the frying pan for a few moments to make certain your eggs cook evenly. Cook for another two minutes.

10Remove the egg rings using an oven mitt or tea towel, lift out the eggs with a slotted spoon and serve.

Scrambled Eggs

11Beat your eggs in a small bowl.

12Add oil or butter to a frying pan, and place your rings in the pan.

13Pour your beaten eggs into the rings, being careful not to put too much into each one. Cook slowly until you can see the eggs have hardened.

14Remove the rings using an oven mitt or tea towel.

15Flip the egg over to cook the other side, remove from the pan with a spatula and serve.