POACHED EGGS IS NOT SCARY

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POACHED EGGS I FUCKING EASY
I will help you. Its just an egg. Remember that. This is how I do it:
1 free range organic egg
2 teaspoons white wine vinegar
Water
Take a small pot, add water and bring it to boil.
Meanwhile crack one organic egg in a small bowl. Like, a really small bowl. I always use my espresso mug for this but you might have a smaller one than me so use a small bowl instead, or just use what you feel like.
Turn the heat down so the water is bubbling, not boiling. Add 2 teaspoons of white wine vinegar in the boiling water. This is to help the egg to poach.
Now. Take the small bowl in your best hand and a wooden spoon in the other hand. Make a swirl in the bubbling water (easy on the hand, just a small swirl) and let you egg carefully slip down in the water.
Do not touch the egg. I repeat: DO NOT TOUCH THE EGG. Just let it be. Put your egg clock on 2 minutes.
Take the egg from the water after 2 minutes and let it rest on a plate for 2 minutes.
Once you get it, its so nice.
Wilt your spinach. Slice you avocado. Make your coffee. DONE BITCH.

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10 Comments

  1. perfect

  2. Thanks for your nice recipes, but pls don’t call me a bitch. I know it’s your “cool writing style” but I would really appreciate you using a more friendly way to explain your cooking.
    xoxo- Lisa

    • Olive Hummer

      Hi Lisa!

      I don’t mean to call you, Lisa a bitch of course!!There is nothing personal about it. This is my way of writing because its my blog:). Hope you understand! I so hope you still know that I love every single one of you who reads my blog. and Im so happy you like the recipes!! Thank you for your comment!!

      All my love,

      Siri

  3. This post put a smile on my face

  4. Sarah Jodzis

    Love your recipes, love the way you talk, love that you get me to try new things, just love love love! I am Slovenian and Polish and I talk that way too :) Thank you for being yourself and sharing your love and talent for food with all of us!
    veliko ljubezen (that means much love in Slovenian hehe)
    Sarah Jodzis

  5. I read your blog all the time + follow your insta! You are so adorable, and I love all your recipes! Keep being awesome. :) Thanks for teaching me how to poach my eggles! I love doing that now!

    Have a lovely day!

    Peace & Love,
    Sarah Marie

  6. I love, love, love eggs and your recipes always make me want to try more ways to cook and eat an egg. I’ll try this one, a couples of times to make sure I got it right. I did the 5 minute egg the other day, crack it open and it was pure joy on a plate.

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