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Nice technique! I usually poach my eggs and sometimes they just seem a little too watery, this solves that. I will be using your method again. Thank you for posting!
There is a name for this. "Basted eggs." It's less well known than the other standard techniques for preparing eggs, so good luck ordering it out, but a well trained chef will know what you are talking about if you ask for basted eggs. It's certainly not "over easy".
This is how a make my morning eggs! I love it! No uncooked egg white and a delicious running yoke
Thanks for posting! This has got to be the easiest/mess-free way to cook eggs, besides scrambled of course :0)
I have had a history of breaking yolks when making over easy eggs. It has been so bad that my husband has pretty much given up and just expects scrambled eggs. This recipe/method has changed everything! I successfully was able to serve him perfectly cooked, yolk intact, eggs this morning for breakfast!
I do the same thing - it came to me a while ago that this was how to get sunnyside up eggs with the tops cooked - I hate uncooked egg whites - without the danger of busting the yolks as with easy-over. It works perfectly.
I have been making fried eggs this way for years. They are so much easier to make. When you are in a restaurant, request "basted" eggs when the waitress asks how you like them.