Food, Drink & Dining Out What did you cook for dinner last night?

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HairyO

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Was tonight not last night... baked chicken parma.

Not breaded or fried but was still bloody awesome.

Had a bit of hot sauce on the side.
 

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I would have given the poached eggs another 30 seconds:p

Just begin to set the edge of the yolk the flavour difference is massive

I time mine by the toaster
Toast goes in straight after the eggs go in on a turned off pan of water thats boiled with the lid on
When the toast jumps the eggs are perfect.

All temps/times are different but this pan and this toaster its win every time.....its worth doing the maths on your own ones
 

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I would have given the poached eggs another 30 seconds:p

Just begin to set the edge of the yolk the flavour difference is massive

I time mine by the toaster
Toast goes in straight after the eggs go in on a turned off pan of water thats boiled with the lid on
When the toast jumps the eggs are perfect.

All temps/times are different but this pan and this toaster its win every time.....its worth doing the maths on your own ones
They werent poached,started on the frying pan the finished in the oven

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I would have given the poached eggs another 30 seconds:p

Just begin to set the edge of the yolk the flavour difference is massive

I time mine by the toaster
Toast goes in straight after the eggs go in on a turned off pan of water thats boiled with the lid on
When the toast jumps the eggs are perfect.

All temps/times are different but this pan and this toaster its win every time.....its worth doing the maths on your own ones
I do mine the same, except I use the timer. Wife's come out at 4 and a half minutes, mine out at 5. Can't remember where I learnt to cook them like that, but it's absolutely foolproof. Come out perfect every time and it's always consistent. Used to cook them for years with different methods and never got consistent results.
 

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