If you make ham and eggs in a Microwave (if you know the exact minutes you want to cook), you can make perfect ham and eggs without fail (burning black)!!!
Perfect for a quick snack, college dorm breakfast, as well as Bento lunch box :)
No Fail Perfect Ham and Eggs in a Microwave
Difficulty: Super Easy
Number of servings: 1
1 egg *cold out from the fridge
2 slices ham
1 tsp. water
1. Put 1 tsp. of water in a microwavable dish.
2. Place a slice of ham, place an egg, prick some holes in the egg yolk with a pick or a fork (to avoid exploding), then place another slice of ham.
3. Cover with plastic wrap or a microwavable lid, and cook at 500W for a minute and a half. *You want to adjust and find the cooking time of your preference.
You can make it without a ham on top, or make a simple sunny-side up using this technique.
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Friday, September 23, 2016
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