Before cooking eggs on the stove-top, consider cooking eggs on a charcoal grill. Cooking eggs on a charcoal grill is ideal for people who love to camp. The grill adds a smoky flavor to the eggs, and cooks the eggs in less than 10 minutes. You can use a variety of methods to cook eggs on the grill, but the ideal method is to use a muffin tin. The tin allows for distributed heat, and creates individual servings.
Things You'll Need
Ignite the charcoal grill. Leave the grill lid open, and allow the charcoal to burn for 30 minutes before grilling the eggs.
Crack open six eggs. Place the eggs in a mixing bowl.
Pour 1/4 cup of milk into the mixing bowl. This will make the eggs fluffy.
Use a whisk to beat the eggs. Stir the eggs until blended well. The mixture will be a solid yellow color.
Season the eggs with salt and pepper to taste.
Spray a muffin tin with nonstick spray. Pour the eggs into each muffin holder.
Rake the charcoal to one side of the grill. Place the muffin tin on the side of the grill that does not have charcoal.
Grill the eggs for 2 to 7 minutes. The eggs are finished cooking once they become solid, or until they reach your desired taste.
Remove the muffin tin from the grill carefully because the muffin tin will be hot. Serve the eggs while they are still hot.
If you do not have a muffin tin, make a square out of tinfoil to cook each egg. Remember to spray the tin foil with nonstick spray so the eggs do not stick.
Place the eggs whole and still in their shells on the grill. Rotate the eggs every few minutes. The eggs will sweat on the grill. The eggs will finish cooking in 10 to 12 minutes, and you will have smoky hard boiled eggs.
References and ResourcesSalmonella & Eggs
Ask Mr. Breakfast: Is it Possible to Roast an Egg?
Mom's Cafe Home Cooking: Breakfast on the Grill