Save cooking time and pans, by cooking pasta and eggs at the same time. Place pasta in boiling water, and disperse pasta so the noodles do not stick together. Put the in eggs from the fridge, and return pot to a boil. Then shut off heat. By the time the pasta is done cooking, your eggs will be done too. One pot, two foods cooked.
Don't let one rotten egg spoil your recipe. Always break each egg into a small dish before adding it to the other ingredients. As you break each egg, check it out then pour it into the mix before you crack another one. This way, if you discover a bad egg, you will only have wasted one egg rather than several eggs or even an entire batch of ingredients.
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baked eggs butter the insides of your muffin tin break one egg into each hole break 1/2 slice of day old bread onto each egg - pour milk into a glass for easier handeling & top off each egg/bread with milk (powdered will work as well) dot the tops with butter salt & pepper - bake about 30 mins at 325 F so very very delicious - especially with salmon patties & cottage cheese !
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Break Eggs in a Separate Bowl
When baking, always break your eggs, one at a time, in a separate small bowl before putting them in your mixing bowl. This allows you to make sure none of the eggs are bad. Then you just have to get rid of that one bad egg, rather than the bowl with all the other ingredients in it!