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Eggs In A Microwave

Microwave Eggs

Imagine getting up in the morning, walking into your kitchen, and five minutes later sitting down to delicious bacon and eggs that are virtually identical in taste, appearance, and texture two bacon and eggs cooked in a frying pan. Well the good news is, that is not only possible, it is easy, when using a microwave to cook bacon and eggs.

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Ever since the first microwave showed up on the first kitchen counter, people have been trying to figure out microwave recipes to simplify their lives. Microwave ovens work by vibrating the molecules within a half inch of the surface of anything you are cooking. The molecular vibration causes friction and generates heat. If you take your hand and rub it back and forth on your pant leg, you will generate friction. If you did it long enough and fast enough, you would eventually cook the skin and the meat on your hand. Well essentially that's how microwave ovens work. The vibration causes friction, and then that heat generated by the fiction migrates via conduction through the rest of the food. Because eggs in a dish with in a microwave are not even one half inch thick, the microwave is actually cooking from the bottom and the top of the eggs at the same time. And that makes for a very speedy breakfast. 

The thing that has always been missing from microwave sunny side up eggs is the flavor of the bacon fat. As long as I can remember my mother prepared bacon and eggs by cooking the bacon first, then dropping the eggs into the hot bacon fat. As far as I'm concerned, the best sunny side up or over-easy eggs are cooked in bacon fat. So how do you use a microwave oven to cook eggs in bacon fat? Well you'll have to watch the video to find the answer to that question. Will show you exactly how to do it on the video, and we will show you how to cook delicious scrambled eggs in your microwave in about 5 minutes. So check out our YouTube video, microwave eggs, and let us know what you think in the comments section.

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