A while back I did a review of one of my favorite kitchen gadgets, the Fusionsbrands poach pods. So I thought I would show them in action.
After my hodgepodge Friday cardio complete with elliptical, treadmill, and bike, I decided on poached eggs on Ezekial bread for breakfast. The poach pods reported for duty and made quick work of cookin up the eggs.
I just spray the pods with some cooking spray, crack the eggs, and drop them in the pods. Then I boil a couple of inches of water in a pot and place the pods to float on the water. Pop a lid on the pot and boil for 5 or 6 minutes.
For those of you that like dippy eggs, 5 or 6 minutes poached makes a really yummy runny yolk. I toasted a slice of Ezekial, spread on some fat-free cream cheese, and placed the eggs on top. The slide right out of the pods and I usually put them on a paper towel first to soak up any of the water that may have boiled over the pod edges.
There is bread under there somewhere! 🙂 I love how the farm fresh eggs I bought at the farmer’s market are so much more colorful than store-bought eggs. The yolk is more orange than yellow and they really do taste so much better. Accompanied by a perfect cup of coffee and breakfast was a success!