Poached Eggs With Harissa Oil

"I came up with this on a whim because I love Harissa and I love poached eggs. Kicks it up a bit :) Please adjust the amount of Harissa to your liking and multiply the Harissa oil as needed depending on the amount of eggs or the amount of oil you want on each egg."
 
Poached Eggs With Harissa Oil created by loof751
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  • First prepare the oil by placing the harissa and oil into a little bowl. Then poach your eggs.
  • Fill a small skillet with water.
  • Bring water to a full boil.
  • Reduce heat to just below simmering.
  • Add 1 teaspoon vinegar.
  • Break egg carefully into water.
  • If white spreads, push it toward center with a spoon.
  • Cook for approximately 4 minutes, depending on desired firmness and how soft you wan the yolk.
  • Remove egg with a slotted spoon.
  • mix the oil and harissa together to make an emulsion and drizzle over the eggs.
  • Serve on your favorite bread or toast or eat as is.
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  3. loof751
    Very tasty eggs! I like things spicy so the harissa was a great addition. Served on whole wheat toast and enjoyed a great breakfast - thanks for sharing your recipe!
     
  4. Jamilahs_Kitchen
    I came up with this on a whim because I love Harissa and I love poached eggs. Kicks it up a bit :) Please adjust the amount of Harissa to your liking and multiply the Harissa oil as needed depending on the amount of eggs or the amount of oil you want on each egg.
     
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