Get out a bowl. Preferably a medium-large sized one.
Then take out your non-stick cooking spray. Any kind will work.
Then proceed to coat the bowl in a light layer of non-stick cooking spray.
Then, repeat step 3, but with a plate. The plate has to be big enough to cover the top of the bowl when the time comes.
Cap up the cooking spray, and take out the eggs. In this guide, I'll only be using two, but you can use more or less if you like.
Take out two eggs and break them into the bowl.
Once the previous step is complete throw away the eggshells, put the eggs back in the fridge, and take out a fork.
Take your fork and stab each egg yolk 4 times, no more, no less.
Take out a knife and butter. The butter can be margarine or real butter, either is fine.
Use the knife to plop a reasonable size butter-clump into the bowl with the eggs.
Put away your last materials and take out the salt and pepper.
Season the eggs to your tastes.
Take out your plate again and cover the bowl with it, so that it looks like the picture above.
Take your plate-covered-bowl, open up your microwave, and stick it in there.
Close the microwave door, and press it so that the time for heating would be 3 minutes and 30 seconds (or just 3:30). But don't press start yet.
Locate the power button on your microwave. Got it? Press it, and then press 5. Now you can press start.
When you take it out, it should look like this. Easy peasy, lemon squeezy.
- Two to three eggs
- A fork
- A bowl
- A plate
- Non-stick cooking spray
- Some butter
- A tad of salt and pepper
- A microwave
- A Knife