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Post by amybyrd21 on Fri Jun 10, 2011 11:23 am


•1 large egg

•1/8 tsp. white vinegar

•1/3 cup water

•Salt and pepper


Add the water and white vinegar to a 6 oz. custard cup.
Break egg into cup, pierce egg yolk with toothpick,
and cover dish loosely with plastic wrap.
Place in microwave and cook for 1 minute
or until desired doneness.
You may need to experiment with cooking times based
on the wattage of your microwave and taste preference.
Immediately remove egg from hot water
with a slotted spoon as it will continue to cook.
Serve with salt and pepper to taste.

Amy Byrd
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