Hangry Breakfast Recipes Easy Poached Eggs with a spicy twist

Easy Poached Eggs with a spicy twist

A simple and smart way to transform poached eggs into a foolproof dish with an SPICY twist!

Poached eggs are out of this world, but can so easily go wrong if the cooking environment changes. So discovering that you can make these breakfast treats in the microwave is mind-blowing!

With only 15 minutes of preparation and 3 minutes of cooking time this is a really easy and quick way to impress guests who are visiting with a sensational breakfast. To make it stand out even more is the spicy vegetable relish flavour that has been added by incorporating a relish.

Keep this dish exciting all year round by changing up the relish that you pair it with! Not sure of other kinds of relishes other than the well known tomato relish that can be bought in a tin? There are more than enough options to choose from to make sure your taste buds are never bored. If you want to try something new try the popular African Chakalaka relish that comprises of tomatoes, beans and chilli. If you’re feeling more adventurous and want to send your palate on a foreign escapade try this Swedish relish called Bostongurka loosely translated, Boston cucumber for a wildly different yet tasty alternative.

Chefs Tip for Easy Poached Eggs

Not too sure that we can offer on how to make this dish even simpler so our only real tip would be to make sure that you have enough eggs as may become a regular feast during the week!

Easy Poached Eggs with spicy twist

Easy Poached Eggs with Relish

A simple and smart way to transform poached eggs into a foolproof dish with an SPICY twist!
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: Global
Keyword: Eggs
Servings: 4

Ingredients

  • 400 ml cold water
  • 4 large eggs
  • Bowl of relish
  • Grilled Bacon
  • Toast

Instructions

For the Poached Eggs:

  • In a small bowl or shallow tea cup, por in 100ml cold water
  • Break in your egg
  • Place in the microwave, uncovered, for 40 seconds
  • If you desire a harder egg, keep it for 5 seconds longer
  • Using a slotted spoon to drain the excess water of the egg
  • Repeat with each egg, but it is important to use cold water each time
  • Season to taste

For the Bacon:

  • In a pan fry your bacon until cooked

To Serve:

  • In a bowl dish your relish and then place your eggs on top of the relish. Finish off by adding the strips of bacon to the dish a shown in the image above.
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