Eggs are one of the most used cooking ingredients around the world. From Chinese cuisine, to South American dishes, and even covering European baking, they make an appearance in recipes everywhere.
You’d think then, that using them properly would be second nature to even the most amateur of cooks. However, chefs of all levels continue to make innocent mistakes when using them.
Mistakes like this can impair flavor, ruin their functionality, and even upset your stomach. Whether boiling, scrambling, baking or poaching it’s integral that you get these basics right.
Are you adding salt to your eggs when whisking them? Are you cracking them on bowl edges? Are you adding them to boiling water? It’s high time you revised your cooking approach.
Our infographic is at hand to outline the 13 most common mistakes people make when cooking eggs, and the best way to get around them.
Get ready to become a egg-prepping ninja.
An infographic by The Online Grill.