Simple Sous Vide Eggs. Sous Vide Simpson Eggs – a Fun and Tasty Treat!!!

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmailFacebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmailby feather


Simple Sous Vide Eggs. Sous Vide Simpson Eggs - a Fun and Tasty Treat!!!
Author: 
Recipe type: Eggs / Breakfast
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
 
Simple Sous Vide Eggs. If you want to get technical, this should be cooked in a circulation sou vide bath, but this is the quick and easy version, requiring no special equipment, with very similar results to the real thing. I call them Simpson Eggs as a result of the spiky tops resembling Bart Simpson's hair.
Ingredients
  • Eggs
  • Butter
  • Cling-wrap
Instructions
  1. Take a piece of cling-wrap and a small dish. Rub a little butter in the dish, and then in the center of the plastic.
  2. Press the plastic into the dish and crack an egg into the indentation in the plastic.
  3. Lift the corners of the cling-wrap up together to enclose the egg. Repeat this until all of your eggs are wrapped.
  4. Half fill a pot with boiling water and put this over medium low heat. You don't want the water to boil, but merely keep the heat. The temperature should be between 70 & 80 Celcius.
  5. Using a double boiler makes this simpler, but this is not absolutely necessary.
  6. Hang the eggs over the edge of the pot so that the entire egg is in the hot water.
  7. Allow this to stand for 10 minutes, then lift the eggs from the water, unwrap them carefully and serve immediately.

 

Comments are closed.