Have a brunch party planned or just cooking breakfast for your large family? Here’s a smart way to make beautifully poached eggs for everyone.
Serious Eats’ J. Kenji López-Alt details the steps, from using a mesh strainer to drain excess watery egg white so the egg will poach more cleanly to storing the eggs in the fridge and gently reheating them when it’s time to serve. (Yes, you can store poached eggs in the fridge for up to 5 days!)
The use of the strainer basket is brilliant.
Hit the link for the full instructions, then check out our 10 better ways to cook eggs.
The Food Lab: How to Poach Eggs for a Party [Serious Eats]