If you don’t have access to mom's homemade aloo ke paranthe in the morning, an egg can be your best friend at breakfast. Easy on the pocket, versatile and easy to prepare, eggs are also loaded with protein and other nutritious stuff that’ll power you up through the busy weekday.
In the past, it may have been frustrating trying to peel an egg or separating the yolk from the white for an omelette during the week, especially when you had a meeting coming up or a looming deadline.
Here are seven easy egg hacks that won’t make you a pro like this guy:
But they certainly will go a long way in meeting your tummy’s eggspectations and saving you some time in the am.
How to check if your eggs are fresh:
Rotten eggs deserve to be in the trash, not your stomach. If you can't remember when you last went for a bout of grocery shopping, here's an easy way to check if those eggs are still edible or not:
Cracking an egg like a boss with one hand:
Why employ two hands when one can be used? Free up the other hand to multi-task (like a quick text to your boss explaining why you're late yet again)
Making an egg-white omelette? Easy trick to separate the yolk:
Scramble your eggs inside the shell (and get a little arm workout):
Slip an unbroken egg into a sleeve, and tie it carefully.
Spin the egg, pull the sleeve and repeat.
Boil and enjoy!
Raw or boiled: How can you tell the difference?
Take another raw egg and spin both the eggs on a table
The one that spins longer is boiled:
Add a little love to your breakfast
How to make a perfect poached egg in one shot:
Most of you have asked for egg hacks, and your request has been granted! :-) Here's how to make the perfect poached eggs: 1. Grab a cup, cover it with a piece of cling wrap and tuck it in, creating a hollow shape. After that, rub the surface with a drop of vegetable oil 2. Crack an egg into the cling wrap 3. Carefully lift up the cling wrap 4. Tie a knot at the top 5. Place it into a pot of hot simmering water (doesn't have to be boiling) and let it cook for 3-4 minutes 6. Take out the cling wrap, cut the knot open with a scissors 7. Flip the egg around *be careful* 8. And ENJOY!! 😋 hope this hack helps! Have an awesome midweek 💪🏼 #hungryhacks #egghacks
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