Eggs + mug + microwave + 90 seconds = core of a delicious brekkie!
Eggs, egg-nuker (?)
1. Break an egg into your mug/bowl and cook (one at a time. Microwaves have uneven heat distribution and if you put more than one egg in your mug at a time, the outsides will overcook and the insides will still be all gloopy and raw. Nobody wants a surprise inside their egg. Unless it's a Cadbury Creme egg. Mmmm...).
2. Cover mug with paper towel so that the egg doesn't go flying everywhere while cooking. [It sounds cool until it actually happens.]
3. Nuke egg for 50-60 seconds on HIGH and check. If the egg is still runny in the middle, nuke for 20-30 more seconds until the middle or the yolk is set.
I usually like my eggs on toast, but I wasn't in the mood today. Instead, I popped the eggs into a bowl and mashed 'em up with some salsa and avocado! *I was hesitant about putting the following pic up because the "after" picture (when I mashed everything together) is admittedly aesthetically displeasing. But trust me, it tasted AWESOME.
On the side I had 1/2 a banana (always gotta have some fruit with my meals!) and a cup of cold milk. All in all this breakfast took 4 minutes tops to make (and that includes taking these amazing pictures) and just as long to hoover down before leaving for class. Not too shabby, eh?
Hopefully by now you have embraced the idea of microwaved eggs and feel comfortable enough to experiment with your own cooking methods & flavor combinations. Try adding some herbs, bell peppers, broccoli, mushrooms, turkey bacon, chicken sausage, or top with fresh tomatoes - it's really all up to you and your unique taste buds. Thanks for reading & have a great week!