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Worked like a charm! I only did one egg so scaled the water, vinegar and salt way back. Thanks! Made for My 3 Chefs event.

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Sharon123 September 30, 2013

This is the way to make a perfect poached egg! I scaled this back for 1 egg; I don't like the white to be runny so cooked about 3 1/2 minutes. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for the Best of 2013 event, recommended by I'mPat

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loof March 07, 2014

Have been using vinegar for years but this is the first time I recall spinning the water before adding the egg and it worked out perfectly. The yoke was nice and run, just the way we like it. Thanks for the post.

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Debbwl February 08, 2014

Loved the method for poaching the eggs. By swirling the water, when the egg enters, it keeps it moving, and not letting it sit on the bottom of the pan. My only problem was that at 3 minutes, my whites were not firm (still watery) so I cooked another egg for a longer period of time with great results!! Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for the "Best of 2013 Tag Game."

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diner524 February 05, 2014

Beautifully soft runny yolk and firm white, I scaled back for 2 eggs and cooked in a large deep frypan with a splash of vinegar. Thank toy NC SouthernBelle made for Name that Ingredient tag game.

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I'mPat November 10, 2013
Dizzy Poached Eggs