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How to Poach an Egg in the Microwave

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Core Tip: Find out how to get a perfectly poached egg in the microwave
Find out how to get a perfectly poached egg in the microwave

Learn how to cook a perfectly poached egg in minutes.
One of the best parts about going out to brunch is getting a perfectly poached egg with a soft center and a white that is just set. It’s hard and often time-consuming to make a restaurant-worthy poached egg at home. But we have a simple trick that will help you poach an egg fast enough for a weekday breakfast.Ingredients。

Ingredients
1 Cup water
1 egg
1 Teaspoon vinegar

Directions

Place water in a microwave-safe mug or small bowl. Microwave mug of water, uncovered, for 90 seconds on 100 percent power. Carefully remove mug from microwave and add vinegar. Carefully crack egg into mug. Place paper napkin over mug. Return mug to microwave and microwave for 35 seconds on 80 percent power. Holding slotted spoon over sink, carefully pour contents of mug over spoon, catching the egg on the spoon. Use the napkin to blot excess water from egg.

Gather Ingredients
The ingredients are simple: water, an egg, and vinegar. Also, make sure to have a paper napkin and slotted spoon handy.
Microwave Water
Make sure to use a ceramic, microwave-safe mug with a 16-ounce capacity and a 1100W microwave.
Add Egg and Vinegar
Carefully crack the egg into the mug being cautious not to puncture the yolk.
Cover
Cover the mug with a paper napkin and microwave again.
Strain
Use the slotted spoon to strain the egg from the contents of the mug.
Eat Immediately
Enjoy a perfectly poached egg.
 
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