Cooking an Egg Never Looked so Easy — Even Without a Stove

Another day. Another TikTok hack we should have known about.

This time it’s eggs, and probably the simplest kind I’ve seen.

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I’ll be honest: eggs scare me. Not a physical phobia but more towards confusion. I love eggs but I don’t cook them. This method on TikTok might make me change my mind.

You don’t even have to turn on your stove. This is a game changer.

Microwaving food is always a hot topic (no pun intended). They either rely heavily on the microwave or rarely use it. Some people say that food tastes different when it’s microwaved (I somewhat agree, depending on the food), but if you’re busy, tired, have kids…microwave is the way to go.

Just add oil to a microwavable plate, crack the egg and cover with another microwavable plate… and boom. A seemingly perfect looking super light egg. I’m sure the cooking time will vary for the type of egg you intend to eat. It’s more than likely a trial and error situation.

If you don’t feel like cooking in the microwave or boiling eggs on the stovetop… just set them on the concrete here in south Louisiana. That should work the same.

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Stacker consulted 2021 data from NOAA’s State Climate Extremes Committee (SCEC) to illustrate the hottest and coldest temperatures on record in each state. Each slide also shows the highest-ever 24-hour rainfall record and the highest-ever 24-hour snowfall.

Read on to find out individual state records in alphabetical order. Cooking an Egg Never Looked so Easy — Even Without a Stove

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