Kekes Poached Egg Meals

Kekes Poached Egg Meals

KeKes Breakfast Cafes Waffle
Egg Florentine760 Calories$12.99
Eggs Portabella770 Calories$13.99
Eggs Benedict800 Calories$13.49

Kekes Poached Egg Meals

KeKes poached egg meals on an English muffin. The serving is topped with hollandaise sauce and fresh paprika. We suggest you taste kids’ breakfast of Keke as well.

Egg Florentine

Keke’s Breakfast Café presents Egg Florentine by serving the poached egg on a bed of tomatoes and spinach. Home fries on the side add to the nutrition. It is a heavenly combination to start your day or the weekend

760 calories, $12.99

Eggs Portabella

Portabella mushroom offers the ideal depth and a rising edge to house a pocked egg. The grilled serving is topped with pepper, fresh herbs, and cheese. Sides include roasted red peppers and home fries.

770 calories, $13.99

Eggs Benedict

Eggs Benedict originated in New York City as a traditional American breakfast meal. The serving includes a toasted muffin topped with Canadian bacon, poached eggs, and home fries.

800 calories, $13.49

Poached Eggs Frequently Asked Questions

A poached egg is an egg that has been cooked by gently simmering it in water without its shell. The result is a soft, tender egg with a runny yolk and a set egg white.

  • Fill a saucepan with water and bring it to a simmer over medium heat.
  • Add a splash of vinegar to the water (optional, it helps the egg white coagulate faster).
  • Crack an egg into a small bowl or ramekin.
  • Create a gentle whirlpool in the simmering water using a spoon.
  • Carefully slide the egg into the center of the whirlpool.
  • Cook the egg for 3-4 minutes for a runny yolk or 5-6 minutes for a firmer yolk.
  • Use a slotted spoon to remove the poached egg from the water, allowing any excess water to drain off.

The cooking time for a poached egg can vary depending on your desired level of doneness. Generally, cooking for 3-4 minutes will produce a runny yolk, while 5-6 minutes will give you a firmer yolk.

Poaching an egg in a microwave requires careful attention as cooking times may vary. Here’s a primary method:

  • Fill a microwave-safe bowl with about half a cup of water.
  • Crack an egg into the bowl with water.
  • Cover the bowl with a microwave-safe plate or microwave-safe plastic wrap.
  • Microwave on high power for about 60-90 seconds or until the egg white is set and the yolk is still runny.
  • Carefully remove the bowl from the microwave and drain any excess water.

If you prefer not to use vinegar, you can still poach an egg successfully. The vinegar helps coagulate the egg white faster but is not essential. You can follow the same steps mentioned earlier for poaching an egg, just omitting the vinegar.

A large poached egg typically contains around 72-78 calories.

Two large poached eggs would contain approximately 144-156 calories in total.

A poached egg has less than 1 gram of carbohydrates, so it can be considered a low-carb food option.

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