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Cannot help with the Q here at all, but had to comment that you should refer to 9 posts down about a great idea of what to do with the cracked egg once the new one comes.
Above is the method I use. Now that we have perfected the technique, what is everyone's favorite use for them? I personally love roasted red peppers and IMO, they color up and add flavor to just about anything. When local grocery has them marked to 77 cents a piece, I buy up the store and roast away!! They freeze nice, just be sure to separate with wax paper for easy thaw removal. Just the RRR with butter and bread makes a tasty dietary sandwich. My latest experiment was roasted red pepper soup. Took 15 peppers but was thick and rich and full of flavor!thetrim said:I sometimes will do them inside on my gas stove. Using a BBQ Fork or tongs will put them right into the gas flame, put in a ziploc or paper bag for a few minutes, then scrape off the outside w/ a knife.
Hubby was pleasantly surprised!
I wanted to get back to those in this thread who helped me understand jalapenos and the making of chicken bombs. This was our third cook on the Egg and each one has been a huge success thanks to the Egghead Forum and everybody’s willingness to help; especially by not being annoyed when a newbie asks the same old Q’s that you have been hounded with before. As I mentioned earlier, hubby was extremely skeptical about this when I told him what we were making. I followed the same basic recipe as