14 Surprising Ways To Cook Eggs You Never Thought Of Before {WITH PICTURES}

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14 Surprising Ways To Cook Eggs You Never Thought Of Before

Eggs are, hands down, one of my absolute-favorite foods. I could eat them for literally every meal — they are so versatile and able to adapt to different flavors.

But I would have never thought of even half of the ways to cook eggs from the list below!

I usually stick to a simple scramble, but apparently I’ve been selling them short all these years by not adding some of these genius ideasinto the mix.

Whether you’re in the mood for hard-boiled, poached, baked, or any other variety of the yummy traditional breakfast dish, you’ll definitely find plenty of new ideas from folks who have mastered making them taste their very best.

The only trouble I’m having is deciding which option to try first! Maybe I’ll just host an egg party to show off all of these ways to cook eggs to my friends and family members.

Take a look! I have a feeling you’ll want to whip up more than a few ASAP, too.

1. Bake With Cinnamon

1. Bake With Cinnamon

Whether you’re going with a classic Italian recipe or simply baking them in muffin tins, adding a dash of cinnamon will give eggs a totally new level of flavor.

( Flickr / thebittenword.com )

2. Bread And Fry After Poaching

2. Bread And Fry After Poaching

Give your runny eggs an extra kick of crispy, crunchy goodness by delicately rolling them in breadcrumbs and dipping into boiling-hot oil.

( YouTube / ByronTalbott )

3. Poach With Broth

3. Poach With Broth

Whether it’s vegetable, chicken, beef, or something more creative, like spicy chile broth, your eggs will be filled with so much more flavor.

( Flickr / Rob Galloway )

4. Soft Boil And Brûlée

4. Soft Boil And Brûlée

If you happen to have a blowtorch handy, you can slice them open and caramelize them with the flames to add a unique flavor and texture.

( YouTube / Bon Appétit )

5. Hard-Boil In A Pressure Cooker

5. Hard-Boil In A Pressure Cooker

Fans of this unique method for getting both soft- and hard-boiled eggs not only makes them easier to peel, but adds a better flavor and more appealing appearance.

( YouTube / hip pressure cooking )

6. Scramble With Seltzer Water

6. Scramble With Seltzer Water

splash of bubbles from the carbonated beverage will help your eggs become lighter and fluffier.

( Flickr / judywitts )

7. Bake In The Shell

7. Bake In The Shell

Alton Brown recommends this method of putting whole eggs — shells intact — into muffin tins and baking at 320 °F for about 30 minutes.

( Flickr / Green Smoothies Rock! )

8. Poach In Vinegar Water

8. Poach In Vinegar Water

Adding a splash of vinegar can help the egg white coagulate better and prevent messy breakage, which can be especially helpful for beginner poachers.

( YouTube / Jerry James Stone )

9. Fry Inside An Onion Ring

9. Fry Inside An Onion Ring

This genius idea is perfect for creating perfectly circular eggs for yummy sandwiches. It also gives them a zingy flavor.

( Flickr / Derek Clark )

10. Scramble Then Hard-Boil

10. Scramble Then Hard-Boil

Place the egg in the middle of a towel or t-shirt, making sure it’s rolled up securely, then give it a good shake before boiling. You’ll have a beautifully golden hard-boiled egg.

( YouTube / NightHawkInLight )

11. Scramble With On-And-Off Heat

11. Scramble With On-And-Off Heat

Gordon Ramsay claims this method of alternately taking them off the heat, then putting them back on, along with constant stirring, is essential for perfectly fluffy scrambled eggs.

( YouTube / Gordon Ramsay )

12. Purposely Undercook

12. Purposely Undercook

It might sound like odd advice, but Jamie Oliver explains that since the egg will continue cooking when you take it off the heat, this can help prevent overdoing them.

( YouTube / Jamie Oliver )

13. Poach In Red Wine

13. Poach In Red Wine

This will give your eggs a punch of flavor and coat them in a gorgeous burgundy hue — perfect for posting on Instagram before you chow down.

( YouTube / qkatie )

14. Scramble With Sour Cream

14. Scramble With Sour Cream

Several people add cream to their scrambled eggs to make them nice and fluffy, but using sour cream can make them even richer and give them a nice, tangy flavor.

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