I had brunch with my family the other week at a place we love called Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City, Utah. It's a rare treat for our family because it's so expensive but they had the most amazing steak and eggs. It was a piece of toast with a very thin breakfast steak on top then a poached egg on top of that.
But here's my question for all you master chefs out there: The poached egg tasted just slightly sweet. It was amazing. I've looked around and I can't find any recipes for a sweet poached egg. I wouldnt even describe it as sugary, it was like a honey or something. Like a nectar, even. It was stunningly delicious. The kind of thing where you put your silverware down, roll your eyes, tilt your head back and groan. Anyone have any idea how to make a sweet poached egg?
I'm sorry I dont have more details, I should've asked the staff. But I'd love to make it for my family.