How To Make A Perfectly Poached Egg

The perfectly poached egg is soft and runny on the inside but firm on the outside, like a little egg present. Don’t be intimidated if you’ve never poached an egg—making this heavenly breakfast (or brunch or dinner) treat is easy.Photo by jo-h

A poached egg is somewhere between a very runny fried egg and a boiled egg. It has the best of both worlds, but requires some skill to perfect. The kitchn offers 6 tips for the poaching process, including an apparently highly debatable process of creating a vortex in the water before you drop the egg in. What tips do you have for making perfect poached eggs?

Tips and Tricks for Poaching Eggs [the kitchn]

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