Toast and eggs ?

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What kind of eggs do you like with your toast?
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Fried eggs are the best with a small sprinkle of salt and pepper x
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Fried eggs are the best with a small sprinkle of salt and pepper x
l agree with you l like fried eggs on a few rolls
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Fried eggs, I think. If I add some nice ingredients it could be a good meal for the breakfast.
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Eggs
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Scrambled or if it’s a fresh loaf, then poached eggs and avocado (and/or smoked salmon). 😋
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Scrambled or if it’s a fresh loaf, then poached eggs and avocado (and/or smoked salmon). 😋
Avocado dip sounds really very good. :yes: Is there a difference between a poached and fried egg? they look similar.
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scrambled
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poached eggs are a treat otherwise sunny side up.
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(Original post by Kallisto)
Avocado dip sounds really very good. :yes: Is there a difference between a poached and fried egg? they look similar.
Poached and fried eggs are very different in terms cooking method, appearance and taste.
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Poached and fried eggs are very different in terms cooking method, appearance and taste.
I'd say they have more of a different texture than taste.
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I'd say they have more of a different texture than taste.
Texture is definitely different and the taste of the yolk is certainly similar since it's generally defended from direct cooking, but the radically different temperatures and the introduction of fat when cooking fried eggs yields a different taste to the white.
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(Original post by Gofre)
Texture is definitely different and the taste of the yolk is certainly similar since it's generally defended from direct cooking, but the radically different temperatures and the introduction of fat when cooking fried eggs yields a different taste to the white.
I must admit I don't eat plain eggs very often as I have a small allergy to them, so I probably had no business saying anything. I'm aware poached eggs generally are lower in calories and fat vs eggs that have been fried so it makes sense for the egg whites to have a different taste. Thanks for letting me know.
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Scrambled egg with toast but fried eggs with anything else😍
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(Original post by Gofre)
Poached and fried eggs are very different in terms cooking method, appearance and taste.
After all what I got the difference is that a poached egg is broken and boiled in a pot while a fried egg is made in a pan, is that right?
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After all what I got the difference is that a poached egg is broken and boiled in a pot while a fried egg is made in a pan, is that right?
Essentially, yes. Although to be pedantic a poached egg should not be cooked in boiling water but rather slightly below that, so when you see the first bubbles as it approaches boiling, drop to a low heat to bring the temperature of the water down and then add your eggs.
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Coddled.
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(Original post by Gofre)
Essentially, yes. Although to be pedantic a poached egg should not be cooked in boiling water but rather slightly below that, so when you see the first bubbles as it approaches boiling, drop to a low heat to bring the temperature of the water down and then add your eggs.
Thanks for the tip, that is good to know. I have a desire to make poached eggs at once just to try the taste.
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Brioche bun with ketchup and fried egg. Oh my...
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Fried obviously
Egg and cress is beautiful too :perv:
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