How to Poach a Dozen Eggs in 10 Minutes

Kirstin Fawcett

You probably didn't serve Eggs Benedict the last time you hosted a group brunch. While the breakfast staple is delicious, it can also be time-consuming because the chef can only make one or two poached eggs at a time. However, Justin Chapple from Food & Wine’s test kitchen says it’s simple to whip up a dozen poached eggs in 10 minutes. All you need is a little water, a muffin pan, and a 350-degree oven.

Watch Chapple make a batch of eggs without breaking a sweat in the above video. Try this trick at your next get-together—and while you're at it, try serving the soft, runny treats with one of these unexpected dishes, instead of on top of your typical toasted English muffin.

[h/t Real Simple]

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