The humble egg as an excellent source of nutrition – high in protein and a good source of a range of vitamins and minerals. The average large egg contains around 5g of fat, including about 1.5g of saturated fat, found in the yolk. And if you’ve been avoiding the yolk because of it’s fat content – don’t. The fat also contain fat soluble vitamins important for good health.
An egg contains a range of vitamins and minerals including selenium, iodine vitamin B12, vitamin B 5, vitamin D, thiamine, zinc, vitamin A, phosphorus, folate and iron.
Here’s how to perfect the art of boiling and poaching eggs.
How to cook perfect eggs
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Here’s how to make a cafe style perfect poached egg from Gordon Ramsey. I’ve been using this method at home a for a while now and it works a treat! I also add a little vinegar to help stop the white from spreading.