My kids are egg-lovers. For a family of four (three during weekdays), we can easily finish two dozen eggs a week. My daughter likes to eat them boiled and eats only the white part (and no she is does not need to build muscles she is only three!). Meanwhile, my son loves it sunny side-up with the yolk part â€œrunnyâ€ or not fully cooked. Here are different styles for cooking eggs, just in case you would like to experiment.
Baked (Shirred) Eggs
I personally love scrambled eggs and deviled ones. I might try poaching an egg, I think my son will love that:
How to Poach an Egg
1. Fill a pot with water until two-thirds full. Add a s dash of white vinegar-this aids in the eggâ€™s coagulation.
2. Gently crack an egg into a small bowl. When the water boils, lower bowl into the pot and let the egg slide, not drop, down.
3. When cooked (about 3 minutes), lift The poached egg with a slotted, letting excess water drip. Enjoy while warm.