How to Make Martha Stewart’s Poached Eggs | Martha’s Cooking School | Martha Stewart

In this video, view split the code on one of the most difficult jobs in the kitchen: poached eggs. Chef Pierre Schaedelin knows all of the insider ideas and tricks for poaching tiny, difficult 's eggs; then pay very close attention as Martha uses a little bowl to move a hen's egg into simmering water for ideal outcomes. With these , you can produce the best topping for everybody's preferred breakfast meals– from avocado toast to breakfast salad.

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00:00 Introduction
00:32 How To Poach 's Eggs
4:13 How To Make Caviar Toast
4:41 How To Poach Hen's Eggs
6:20 How To Make Breakfast Toast
6:43 Final Result

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24 Comments

  1. My favorite way to have eggs! I do one extra step before placing the eggs in the water. I crack the egg into a small strainer to separate the more watery whites. That way there is far less of that cloudy, stringy texture in the water. 🙂

  2. The title is totally wrong, excess of marketing and no credits to the visitor Pier.

    1. Strain out the watery part of the white for just a few seconds, slip into the barely simmering vinegar & water, and Do Not Stir! Perfect every time!

    2. I use the same method as Tootsla 125. Straining the watery part of the egg white helps hold it all together while it’s in the water. I recently watched a video of this method on emmymade’s channel. She makes it very easy!

  3. Nope! I’m actually way better at this. I use jumbo eggs, strain each egg in a small strainer for just a few seconds to get ride if the watery part of the egg; then slip them into the barely simmering vinegar water – and Leave Them Alone! Do not stir! Remove with a slotted spoon when the whites are fully firm. I do a half dozen at a time. Easy peasy!

  4. I tried making poached eggs a few times, a long time ago. I thought I was doing it wrong, because they had all these unappetizing stringy blobs hanging off them, instead of being the nice smooth ‘flying saucer’ shapes I’d seen pictured.
    Now it turns out people just cut off and discard half the whites, as even professional cooks don’t get those nice smooth shapes naturally without cutting it into shape after cooking!
    That is too much waste of good eggs for me, I’m glad I stopped trying.

  5. I love the way Martha goes over the basics and really explains it. Even though I know how to do this I really appreciate the fact that she does this it’s good to get an update on anything that you were cooking.

  6. Woa woa I have never heard of this before, I’m going to try it, but all I have are chicken eggs

  7. You better hope the food & game warden doesn’t catch you poaching eggs , that’s a $25 fine & a week of watching the Kardashian’s nonstop !!! 😂😂😂

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