Eggs

Yesterday in the school I had a class of eggs. The subject is called “Culinary techniques”, and we learned 8 techniques (and the only techniques that exist) to prepare an egg. 

IT WAS AWESOME!

😀

 

The techniques are divided in 3:

     1. Eggs in their shell:

  • Warm egg

          You just need a pot with boiling water, when it starts boiling, put the egg in and                  leave for 4 minutes.

         Cooked clear and raw yolk, that’s the final product.

  • Hard-boiled egg

          You just need a pot with boiling water, when it starts boiling, put the egg in and                  leave for 4 minutes.

         Cooked clear and cooked yolk, that’s the final product.

    2. Broken eggs:

  • Poached eggs

          The egg should be broken in a mold. Then, in hot water, a whirlpool is made with a            spoon  and the egg is placed in the center, it will begin to cook.

          Cooked clear and raw yolk, that’s the final product.

  • Eggs in coconut

          The egg is placed in a ramequín and boiled to Bath Maria until it is almost cooked,              at the end it is put in the oven to finish the cooking.

          Cooked clear and raw yolk, that’s the final product.

  • Starry eggs

         The Cáscaron is broken and the egg is placed in a hot skillet, until the clear is                       cooked and the yolk liquid. 

 

  • Fried eggs

         Same procedure and result as in poached egg, but this is dipped in hot oil.

   3. Scrambled egg:

  • Scrambled eggs

         The eggs are beat in a bowl and then placed in a hot skillet, stirred until cooked but           they should still moist.

  • Omelett

         The eggs are beaten in a bowl and then placed in a hot frying pan, is expected to                 form an omelette and is folded to make it a form of football, leaving the center                     liquid.

 

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