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Old 09-20-2012, 02:57 PM   #21
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Re: Microwaving eggs

Dang. Well luckily I didn't get burned. Just felt like a fool.
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Old 09-20-2012, 07:59 PM   #22
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Re: Microwaving eggs

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Want eggs on the go. On the weekend or while you have an hour. Take a muffin baking pan wrap a piece of bacon around the rim crack egg drop it in. If you don't like bacon just take it out. You can put veggies in as well. Cook an entire sheet of them and put two in a bag cook as many as you want. Eat cold if you don't use microwave they are already cooked.
My wife and I do this too. They are awesome. We experiment with different meats (prosciutto, cold cuts, etc) but my favorite would have to be turkey bacon. Just a little less salty and fatty (especially when cold).
Sometimes we also add a single basil leaf, or a little spinach for a different twist.

Sausage & egg casserole is also a good one to bake up and then have squares ready to go. (recipe - brown lb sausage meat no casing, add to dozen eggs (raw and mixed), some spinach, put in greased baking dish and bake.)

I also microwave eggs. The fluff up great, takes like 60s, and are always perfect, especially with a blast of tomato sauce/ketchup. I'm taking fish oil too so hopefully it will delay the growing of a 3rd arm that cooking in mw will eventually cause
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Dang. Well luckily I didn't get burned. Just felt like a fool.
I find reheating eggs is always better when the power level is set to 4 or less. I reheat the casserole or egg cups I mentioned before (previous post) like this to prevent them from over cooking or becoming way too hot. Sometimes 10s on high just messes them up - too hot or over cooked - but 30s@4 comes out great.
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Old 09-21-2012, 10:26 AM   #24
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Re: Microwaving eggs

Those poor poor yolks. Your liberal excision of them yolks appauls me, though I agree its your body, and therefore your choice. j/k[/quote]

Its ok I buy them separate. In like a milk carton. Some one else buys the yolks.....

If I ate four complete eggs in one sitting my body would hate me and resign me to the throne as you would call it, for the rest of the day.

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