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Maintaining your skillet is essential for cooking delicious and healthy meals. To keep your skillet from sticking, simply clean it before cooking with a paper towel and Bar Keepers Friend or Health Craft stainless steel cleaner. Rinse and dry the skillet after cleaning.

When it comes to choosing the right oil for cooking, it's important to note that there is no such thing as a healthy oil. The defining factor between oils is their smoke point, which is the temperature at which the oil begins to burn. Be sure to choose an oil with a high smoke point to avoid burning and smoking while cooking. Remember to always read the label and choose an oil that works best for your cooking needs.

When it comes to cooking eggs, pancakes, and French toast, it's important to use a small amount of lubricant to prevent them from sticking. The best lubricants to use are unsalted butter or olive oil, depending on the temperature you need. For unsalted butter, the ideal temperature is between 300-350F, while olive oil should be heated between 350-375F. Of the two, unsalted butter is the best lubricant for cooking eggs and pancakes. You'll know the butter is ready for cooking when the water bubbles start to release and pop. Remember these tips next time you're cooking up a breakfast feast!

If you want to cook eggs, it's best to choose a skillet that is 7, 8, or 9 inches in size. For pancakes and French toast, griddles or 13-inch gourmet skillets are recommended. When cooking eggs, it's important to keep the temperature low. Eggs begin to coagulate between 144F and 158F, so cooking them at too high a temperature will make them rubbery. To achieve the perfect texture, it's best to cook eggs on medium-low heat, which is around 220-240F. On the other hand, pancakes and crepes are best cooked on medium heat, which is around 275F. By following these temperature guidelines, you can ensure that your breakfast dishes turn out perfectly every time.

Our recipe for French Scrambled Eggs is sure to be a hit at breakfast time! To make this dish, simply whisk your eggs with 1 teaspoon of purified water or mayonnaise per egg, and then preheat a gourmet skillet over medium-low heat 200-240F. Melt some butter in the skillet and add the egg mixture. As the eggs cook, use a spatula to draw the cooked parts from the edge to the center, repeating the process until the eggs are scrambled to your desired firmness. Enjoy your delicious and fluffy French Scrambled Eggs!

To make a perfect omelet, simply whisk together eggs and purified water in a bowl or add a spoonful of mayonnaise for added creaminess. Then, preheat your skillet over medium-low heat 200-240F, melt some butter, and add the egg mixture. Once the eggs are cooked to your desired doneness, add in your favorite ingredients such as grated cheese and ham or veggies to one half of the omelet. Finally, loosen the omelet and fold it onto a serving plate. Enjoy a delicious breakfast in just a few minutes with this simple omelet recipe!

Pancakes and crepes are a delicious breakfast treat that can be easily made at home. To prepare the perfect pancake, start by making the batter according to the directions. Then, preheat an 11-inch Square Griddle or 13-inch Gourmet Skillet over medium heat to 250-275F. Add a small amount of unsalted butter to the pan and wait until water bubbles release from the butter before adding the pancake batter. Cook until bubbles appear on top and burst, about 3-5 minutes, then flip and cook the other side for 2-3 minutes. Serve with melted butter and maple syrup or honey for a delicious breakfast.

Poached eggs are a delicious and healthy breakfast option, but they can be tricky to make. Follow these simple steps for perfectly poached eggs every time. Start by pouring 1 cup of purified water into an 11-inch frysaut pan with an Ultra-Temp cover. Place an egg poaching rack with lightly buttered egg poaching cups in the skillet. Break eggs into the egg cups, cover, open the vent, and cook over medium heat 275-300F until the vent whistles. Reduce the heat to low and continue cooking for 4 minutes for a firm white and a gooey but still runny yolk. Enjoy your perfectly poached eggs with toast or your favorite breakfast sides.

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