Poached egg in roll

February 10, 2011  • 

 

Now that the good doctor has confirmed that eggs are OK to eat, I am trying to eat more of them; I am not big on eggs, however I love them poached; I discovered a real easy way to poach them in the microwave: place a bit of water in a small 3 ounce cup, break the egg on the water and microwave for 25 seconds. That’s it, your egg is poached.


First, I took out a bunch of bread crumbs (to eat later) and filled the cavities with foul on one side (use any bean mixture you like) and some shredded cheese and a bit of cream under the egg, that I broiled to melt the cheese for a minute.

How about it for an easy and hearty breakfast or lunch?



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  1. Mary says:

    This looks wonderful. Eggs have always been one of my favorite foods. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  2. Adelina says:

    WOW!!! It’s the most effortless but yet the most perfect breakfast. I think my hub would love it, specially with foul.

  3. Rosa says:

    What a great idea, yummy!

    cheers,

    Rosa

  4. Susan says:

    I read that too and proceeded to have scrambled eggs and toast for breakfast 🙂 I also love poached eggs on toast too – your version looks wonderful prepared that way!

  5. Astra Libris says:

    Ohhhhh, heavenly!! *dreamy sigh* Thank you so much for your brilliant method of poaching an egg in the microwave – I can’t wait to try this for breakfast tomorrow! 🙂

  6. Banana Wonder says:

    This is amazing! I love your recipe and I love how you added the foul inside.

  7. SYLVIA says:

    This recipe is perfect for a Sunday brunch, it is easy to make and will please everyone sitting at the table. I always buy free- range organic chicken and omega 3 eggs. My grandmother had her own farm where she raised her own chickens, these chickens were allowed to run around and eat their natural diet (which meant pecking at worms and insects and incorporating all those good omega-3s into their system) Because they got to exercise they weren’t as fat, and their quality of lives were better than than the ones that are confined to tiny dark cubicles in close quarters for all their natural life. It is easier to make peace with eating animals who had healthy, happy lives and quick and painless death.

  8. sophia says:

    That is completely genius. I adore eggs, most esp poached ones. I have trouble finding a hardy roll that will support the raw egg, though.

  9. Cherine says:

    Mmm foul and poached egg, that’s a great combo!!

  10. Priya says:

    Am an great fan of poached eggs, i dont bother to have them for my breakfast..

  11. Priyanka says:

    Great idea liked it

  12. Nuts about food says:

    I wish you had told me this before, after writing a post about how I learned to poach an egg. So simple! Will try this out imemdiately. I am really craving that roll now, since it is just about lunch time…

  13. Koek! says:

    YUM!!!

  14. Citron says:

    Very simple, easy and most importantly, creative! Wonderful!

  15. Heavenly Housewife says:

    I love eggs, but I’ve never tried poaching them. This looks like a great idea.
    *kisses* HH

  16. Katerina says:

    I love eggs and even though I don’t trust doctors because they have the tendency to change every now and then i think one egg per week wouldn’t make any harm to anybody. Great way of cooking them, very easy.

  17. Joanne says:

    I absolutely adore poached eggs and the yolk spilled all over that crusty bread sounds divine!

  18. Devaki says:

    What a GREAT idea and THANKS for teaching me how to do eggs in the microwave Joumana. I am still recovering from my first microwave experience with eggs 2 decades ago where I ‘boiled’ them in the microwave only to have them burst…lol…..

    chow! Devaki @ weavethousandflavors

  19. Faith says:

    Poached eggs are a favorite of mine too. Love the idea of serving them in rolls! By the way, those seeded rolls look fantastic and hearty!

  20. Namitha says:

    Such a wonderful idea 🙂 and I’ve never made poached eggs in microwave..

  21. tigerfish says:

    I love poached egg anywhere in my food and anytime!

  22. Forager says:

    Looks simple and delicious – and definitely giving your poached egg trick a shot, that sounds like a great timesaver!

  23. Foodycat says:

    Yes please! Yum!

  24. Oui, Chef says:

    This dish is genius. I’ve never seen a microwave poached egg before and am VERY intrigued, I think I’ll try one for breakfast tomorrow! – S

  25. domi says:

    Un bien joli ” nid ” gourmand….

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