Eggs become particularly useful when eating low carb. Besides the fact that they're full of nutrients, when you cook an egg with a runny yolk, it can serve dual purpose as a protein and a sauce. I don't know about you, but I find this quite handy, especially because many typical sauces (I'm looking at you, ketchup) can be loaded with sugar. I've found an egg with a runny yolk to be a perfect solution to this issue when eating burgers, for instance. But cooking a perfect egg can be time consuming and tricky. So how do we fix that?
Introducing microwaved poached eggs. If I'm only making one egg, this is absolutely the way I do it. It's quick, easy, and can be made in the background while you're cooking something else, so I see that as a win-win-win. An added bonus is that I can make eggs this way at work, allowing me to have freshly cooked eggs right when I want them, rather than heating one up later. If you like eggs with a runny yolk, you have to try this one.Read More