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Teflon Pan Giveaway and Semi-Poached Eggs

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In honor of National Egg Month, I am offering the ultimate egg-making pan giveaway, (Sorry! Time’s up.) folks! This also means that I fully intend to overwhelm you with eggy recipes which will steal your heart, melt in your mouth, and all the other cliches that I can’t think of right now. First up? My semi-poached eggs.

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Just so we’re clear, I do know how to properly poach eggs. soldes puma sneakers I also know how to properly fry eggs. mulberry iphone 7 case However, I am a rebel to my very core and so I combine the two in order to make semi-poached eggs. prix doudoune moncler *insert cheering crowds here*

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Since we are often drowning in eggs (thanks to our very own overachieving hens), I serve semi-poached eggs almost daily. Josh usually eats six eggs a day and prefers them to be semi-poached. nike femme ugg soldes 2018 While I used to make semi-poached eggs in a cast iron skillet, I use my nifty Teflon pan now and I am never going back. iphone 7 plus dreamcatcher case Even though my cast iron skillet is well-seasoned and virtually nonstick — eggs are like kryptonite on cast iron. I used lots of oil to keep the eggs from sticking. soldes puma chaussure With my trusty new Teflon pan, I need no oil or melted butter. bottes timberland marble black iphone 8 case I simply crack the eggs into the pan, cook them, and then they slide right out of the pan without any coaxing or pleading or oil. So how does one semi-poach an egg? Three steps. Are you ready? (Raise your hand if you are now singing Skynyrd’s “Gimme Three Steps”?) *raises both hands*

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Step 1: Heat eggs in the skillet. 8 plus iphone cases front and back Allow to cook until the whites become firm.

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Step 2: Pour water around the edges of the egg. moncler soldes Once it bubbles up, place a glass lid over the skillet. iphone 7 phone cases cute

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Step 3: Allow to cook until the eggs are done (this is a judgement call which I leave to you). puma pas cher Remove lid and slide the eggs from the pan. Voila!

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Now, with a little salt and freshly ground pepper… puma chaussures we have lift off. How do you like your eggs? Slightly runny? A bit firm but some goo in the middle? For me, it depends on what I’m going to be eating the eggs with (bread, tomatoes, etc.). chaussures newbalance pas cher

DSC_0010 Your comment on this post is your entry in the giveaway. chaussures asics koala iphone 6 case I’ll select the winner using Random.org — so that it is fair. Oh yes… and I just wanted to point out that this sweet baby was made in America. Winner to be announced on Friday May 14, 2010.

  • Erica Best - wow thanks for the cool pan giveawayReplyCancel

  • Gennie - I’ve always enjoyed my eggs a little runny on the inside and with a crisp outer edge. Perfect on a couple pieces of toast with bacon. Yum. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • The Farmers Wife - My all time fav is a FRIED (in homemade butter from Sweetums’ cream) EGG SANDWICH … perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!

    I just gotta say…Josh eats 6 eggs a day? Zoikes!ReplyCancel

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  • Danielle - I like mine just scrambled! I also like them scrambled with shredded cheese in them…whether it’s a “Mexican Blend”, cheddar, pepper jack…so good!ReplyCancel

  • YDavis - My favorite is fried eggs. I also love omelette and scrambled and hard-boiled, well, I love eggs. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Leah - I prefer my eggs scrambled. I cook them a la Paula Deen and put a small amount of butter in them when they’re about half way done, and the butter just makes them SO rich once they’re fully cooked. (OK, I don’t know that Paula Deen does this but I know that woman loves butter, so therefore I refer to this as “Paula Deen style scrambled eggs”.)ReplyCancel

  • Thomas Haulk - Looks like a good piece of equipment. Be nice to add to collection. I LOVE eggs!! Our chickens lay some great ones!!ReplyCancel

  • Thy Hand - Please count around me, I am commenting to say I am super excited for more egg recipes- we are swimming in eggs as well- NOT to enter to win the pan:-).ReplyCancel

  • Kath - I prefer my eggs in baked goods!! But as a good mommy I make them however the kiddos call out their orders!! Their favorites are scrambled with fresh spinach, onions, sweet peppers, and (of course) topped with a lil sharp cheddar!ReplyCancel

  • chocolatechic - It really depends.

    Just to eat an egg, I like my eggs scrambled with onion and cheese.
    For an egg sandwich, I like the yolk broken.ReplyCancel

  • Bil - I am going to try this tonight! This is a great idea.

    Would love to also win the pan! Fingers crossed!

    BilReplyCancel

  • Doris D. - What a great idea. I usually cook them in a saucepan. I would love to win the Teflon pan. And made in America is a definite plus.

    Thanks for the chance to win. Love your website.

    Doris D.ReplyCancel

  • Janet Owens - I love this brand of frying pan – I recently just purchased one with a glass lid and I use it almost every day.ReplyCancel

  • Laura - We got our first egg from the Bantam!! It’s so cute and special. I can hardly bring myself to eat it.ReplyCancel

  • Susan - Could use this pan when frying up my fresh eggs! Interesting post on how you make semi-poached eggs. Will have to give it a try.ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl W. - We have a small micro farm with 55 free range chickens, so we have the pleasure of just walking out to grab a fresh egg when we want one. We do gather a lot of eggs, so we learned to be creative, and I love your creative idea.

    My favorite way type of egg is slightly firm yolk with some gooey-ness to sop up with some bread.ReplyCancel

  • Navita - Love eggs….any which way and this is a brilliant giveaway.
    Thank you.ReplyCancel

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