This is fun to say, and even more fun to eat. Best of all, it’s incredibly healthy. The preserved lemon isn’t traditional, but it adds a little burst of sunshine in every bite. and it really works here.
I don’t know why took me so long to get around to making one of these. They are easy, delicious, and very healthy. Best of all, this isn’t much different from how I would’ve made it before joining Weight Watchers. Only 190 calories a slice!
If you want a fancy restaurant feel, serve it with fat-free balsamic vinaigrette. It pairs beautifully with the Brussels sprouts.
Just because I’m limiting my calories doesn’t mean I’m limiting how good my food tastes. I had my first deep fried egg in Detroit on my birthday 2 years ago, and it blew me away. I’ve made a deep fried egg before, and it works out to four points per egg.
I wanted to see if I could duplicate it in the air fryer. It was tricky, but here’s how I did it. My only regret is that there wasn’t a runny yolk. I’m not sure if it’s possible to keep the yolk runny – which is why a poached the egg instead of hard boiling it – but I’m going to keep trying until I see if it’s possible. The result was delicious, with a nice crispy exterior.
Nutritional info was calculated based on the breadcrumbs, flour, and egg yolk that was actually needed to make the egg. After subtracting the flower, breadcrumbs, and egg yolk that remained, each air fried egg is 125 calories.
If you eat hard boiled eggs as often as I do, you probably have gotten very good at it. Or, maybe you’ve found that it’s hit-and-miss? This is how I make my hard-boiled eggs come out perfectly, every time. The cook time can be reduced just as easily if you want soft-boiled eggs.
Note that the salt helps to keep the eggs from cracking, while the vinegar will help with peeling the eggs.