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I had the lentils pre-cooked. Packing in the nutrition with veggies is pretty easy. You can use anything you like. In this recipe I used yellow pepper, onion, mushrooms, tomatoes and spinach.

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We like our eggs on the spicy side, so of course I added some sriracha sauce and a few other things , but season however you like. It all is just a matter of cooking the ingredients in a pan, topping with the poached eggs and adding some garnish. To make these easy poached eggs I used the simple method of a pot and simmering water. I got the water to boiling, turned down the heat, and gently dropped in the eggs.

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Simmered them for about 3 minutes, removed them with a slotted spoon onto a paper towel covered plate. These were the best poached eggs I have ever made. I will let you in on a secret here. I made this recipe early in the day.

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Do you know the best way to warm up poached eggs? In the oven! Worked like a charm. Looking for healthy meal alternatives?

Hope you give this recipe try soon. She creates fun and easy recipes families will love. Brand Ambassador and Influencer for well-known companies. She has judged food competitions and has posted about local food events. Gloria's work has been featured in magazines, and she has been interviewed and on a podcast. Read More…. Oh, wow! Love your tips on poaching eggs, too. I have those little silicone egg poachers and while they work — my cups always get flooded with water. Better to just poach them directly in the water.

That swirly method with vinegar has always worked for me, but your tip on making them for a crowd and reheating is stellar! We love having this dish for dinner too. So hearty…. Yes the eggs really do heat up well. Hope you enjoy this recipe as much as we do. I have not tried nor cooked the black beluga lentils but they sound fantastic! I really love lentils and how versatile they are and then adding poached eggs takes it to another level, salivating!

This is such a delicious meal that is perfect for any time of day! Perfect for meatless Monday! I love that you reheated the poached eggs in the oven too! I can just imagine all those flavors and textures with the gooey, runny egg. Poached eggs are my kryptonite. Love that its just a touch of heat with that Sriracha! Special financing available. Any international shipping and import charges are paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc. Learn More - opens in a new window or tab International shipping and import charges paid to Pitney Bowes Inc. Learn More - opens in a new window or tab Any international shipping and import charges are paid in part to Pitney Bowes Inc.

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  • Please enter a number less than or equal to 1. Select a valid country. Please enter 5 or 9 numbers for the ZIP Code. When I gave this method a go, I was shocked by how simple and effective it was—and that I had been seemingly misled by the lie of the whirlpool my entire egg-making life. While the water heats, crack your egg into a shallow container , which will help facilitate a smoother transition into the water than directly from the shell. Once the pot has reached just a gentle simmer—being careful to not let the water reach a full boil—slip your egg slowly into the pot by holding the mouth of the bowl closely to the water and sliding the egg out carefully just above the surface.

    Use a spoon to gently corral any whites that might stray the second it hits the water back towards the rest of the egg. This process can be repeated with multiple eggs in one pot, as long as you work quickly to avoid the water overheating. Once the egg is in, cover the pot with a lid and completely turn off the heat, letting it cook uninterrupted for 3 minutes—no peeking.

    The gentle residual heat and steam cooks the egg delicately, with no harsh bubbles or whirlpools for that matter to disturb the white.