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How to Poach a Dozen Eggs | Mad Genius Tips | Food & Wine

F&W’s Justin Chapple reveals an easy way to poach a dozen eggs at one time.

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26 Responses to “How to Poach a Dozen Eggs | Mad Genius Tips | Food & Wine”

  1. John Karavitis says:

    Now THIS is a FANTASTIC food hack! Gonna try it!

    John V. Karavitis

  2. Andrew Taylor says:

    Holy cow I freaking love you for this thank you

  3. RiseUpBlue says:

    Excellent idea…I just wish I had saved my silicon muffin pans for this….

  4. Mixinnitup says:

    Holy damn how have I never thought of this. Thank you man

  5. Justin McCullough says:

    Good info and good video!

  6. Abelhawk says:

    Forgot the hollandaise sauce dude.

  7. gman hgh says:

    Faranheit or Celsius

  8. Lisa Leonard says:

    Only issue I had was that the eggs didn’t cook at 350F (8-10 mins) in my conventional oven as directed in this demonstration. I tried upping temp, etc. but over cooked them so I mashed them up into egg salad Lol! Hey great way to do that without having to peel the shells!

  9. Lisa Leonard says:

    Any suggestions re: conventional oven temp vs. cooking time? Thx…

  10. Tecnologia says:

    This is not a poached egg. It’s a baked egg.

  11. SashaOrdanian says:

    going to try this!

  12. Leon Davis says:

    What a great idea!
    Why didn’t I think of this one? Duh!
    How about adding the seasonings before baking?
    Pinch of herbs? Balsamic vinegar? Chipotle? White pepper? Sprinkle of hot mustard powder?
    The mind boggles…

  13. Akasha Kirby says:

    why do i always end up on how to poach eggs videos at 12:49 am

    why does this always happen

  14. Jonathan Bredin says:

    Does this work with the rubber muffin cases?

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