English Cooking Verbs // How to Poach an Egg! 🍳

English Cooking Verbs // How to Poach an Egg! 🍳

cooking verbs and how to poach an egg hi everyone welcome to the very first video lesson from English I’m so excited that you’re here so excited actually I’m going to do a dance okay today’s lesson is going to be about cooking verbs and I’m going to show you these verbs by cooking a very simple breakfast recipe it’s called poached eggs on toast to poach something means to cook it in liquid so poached eggs are eggs that are cooked in water so what do we need two fresh eggs 1 liter of water 1 tablespoon of white vinegar a medium sized frypan a spatula a stove and to serve our eggs we’ll need some toast not bread butter salt and pepper ready let’s do it first light the stove put the fry pan on the stove then pour the water into the fry pan wait until the water is simmering so to show you the difference between boiling water and simmering water the water in this pot is boiling so it’s very hot there’s lots of bubbles and the water in this pan is simmering so there’s a few small bubbles but it’s not yet as hot as boiling then add the vinegar to the water and stir with a spoon crack the eggs into the pan carefully poached eggs are served on toast so toast is just a slice of bread that has been toasted in a toaster spread some butter on the toast okay it’s time to get our eggs out of our fry pan I’m going to use the spatula to carefully lift the eggs out of the frying pan and let the water drain away and then put the egg on the toast and repeat so an egg has two different parts the white part is called the egg white and the yellow part here is called the egg yolk very important when you’re making poached eggs is that the egg yolk is runny and not hard so we can test that in a minute but first let’s add our salt and pepper to our eggs and cut our yolk open and see if we have a soft runny egg yolk perfect okay so now I’m going to grab a copy and sit down and have my breakfast I hope you’ve enjoyed this episode if you enjoyed this lesson you’ll find more lessons recipes and quarters at my website English com

100 thoughts on “English Cooking Verbs // How to Poach an Egg! 🍳”

  1. You have a great way to talk to foreign people. We can fully understand what you are teaching. Thanks for your dedication.

  2. Hi Emma!
    Thank you very much for your lesson you are an excellent teacher!
    I really like the videos with the subtitles than you put in .
    It's not the same if I do it.
    Sometimes they don't say very well.

  3. Learning English has become easy for me just because of your videos and specially this kind of video. Thank you so much and carry on doing the same.

  4. Yes! Today, I have achieved my target to watch your each and every video on this channel. I have not only watch your videos but also practice imitation technique with every video. Thanks, teacher, for all these amazing videos.

  5. My favorite English teacher . This is the first time that i have watched your videos .I am from Sri lanka . please take more videos from cooking side. ♥️

  6. I want to ask at the end of this video you said. "I'm going to grab a cup of coffee "". So can you explain this what do you mean here or how did you use "" grab""??

  7. I want to ask at the end of this video you said. "I'm going to grab a cup of coffee "". So can you explain this what do you mean here or how did you use "" grab""??

  8. hi Emma.After watching your videos, i can pronunciation more clearly..not only speaking but also how to keep conversetaion and communicate :)) nice to start with cooking Egg :))

  9. the music remind me of a period in my youth. when i viewed some enlightenment content very early in the morning, when my parents where sleeping. i used it for motivational reason, to exercise. maybe hip hop is better. it's a humble suggestion right honourable lady. it's distract me from completing my objectives: to be a well known writer.

  10. You are not only a teacher and good cook too so, i like your cooking can you have some eggs to me? Ok anyway good video. I enjoyed it, i love it👍👌💞

  11. Not only you are good teacher but also a good cook multi talented and versatile, umm your dance was fantastic😊 anyway thank you emma💞.

  12. I love your cooking video so much…. We can learn cooking and also can learn English…👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍

  13. I love your video because you speak slowly 👍👍👍and hope you can make some travel videos 😗

  14. They look tasty.
    Seems like your toaster is the same as mine.😊 Thanks a bunch for sharing. Take care.

  15. Thanks for the video. I’m going to poach the eggs on the frypan tomorrow and getting ready to be served with a cup of black coffee made in Selatpanjang, Indonesia 🇮🇩

  16. Please, If I wanna start follow your exciting lessons which playlist I should begin with first.. Thank you 🌺

  17. Hi Emma my Nane is Francisco, I was Very excited to have watched you vídeo about coocking eggs on toast. I could see and anderstand esier than I could think. Thank you so much and bye for now.

  18. Hi Emma! I love your videos! I watch them all the time! I am from Russia and your channel is the best! Super helpful information! I was inspired by you to make my own course "Russian as a foreign language". The quality of your videos is amazing! Can you give me some recommendations how to start? And also, what are you using to make these videos? I mean what camera do you use, where do you edit the videos? I am about to buy some equipments. Thank you very much. Hope to get back from you soon!!!!

  19. You are a good teacher, intelligent and i do appreciate your time and your skills. So, what do you think, if you have time, so that i upgrade my English via chatting with you, because there are different angles that require different words, which should enhance my English. Thanks in advance. I leave it to you !

  20. Very well constructed and filmed. The captions are very helpful. Plus, I love poached eggs and need all the advice I can get to get it right. I have embedded this video on my site: https://eslconversation.ca/2019/09/15/how-do-you-poach-an-egg/ with some lesson plan suggestions. Hope that is ok.

  21. Hi Emma,

    I really enjoy the lesson!
    I’m curious that how can we know the egg yolk is runny but not hard? Can we tell from the appearance or the texture?

    Btw, I just subscribed mmmEnglish today 😀

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