We have over 7 inches of snow here at Holly Berry Husbandry this morning so I thought I would try a recipe I found online a week or so ago for crispy eggs. They turned out delicious! Even our son, Eli, who hates eggs asked for seconds...so good!
First, poach a few eggs for 3 or 4 minutes in salt water with a touch of vinegar. Remove them from the water and place them on a dish towel to drain and cool for a few minutes. Once cooled, dip them in flour, then egg wash and then bread crumbs. Repeat this one more time. Let them rest for 5 minutes so breading and egg wash have the opportunity to absorb each other. Fry in canola oil until golden brown. Put your fork in 'em. They're done! I added a dot of Sriracha for a little kick.
Matt was raised in the Amish country of Central Pennsylvania and was always surrounded by animals. He was member of 4-H and was ranked nationally as an equestrian but also raised chickens, turkeys, sheep and rabbits.
Raised just outside of Chicago, Jim never thought he'd be raising chickens! One too many documentaries about commercial chicken farms has forever changed his mind about grocery store eggs.