I will definitely cook a poached egg for the cutlets. I like this combination. I'll show you another cooking option that will always help you if you don't have poached eggs in the usual way. I'll show you an example with one egg. Take a coffee cup, cover it with cling film, lubricate it with a small amount of oil. This makes it easier to extract the egg. Sometimes I smear, and sometimes I don't. You can still take it off, but you need to be careful not to smear the egg. We break the egg without damaging the yolk, and tie the assembled film with a thread. For the convenience of cooking, we will need a wooden skewer. If there is nothing like this in the house, then a knife or fork will do. It is only important that the handle of the fork or knife is longer than the diameter of the frying pan. Tie the thread to the skewer (fork, knife), see the photo. The egg is sent to boiling water so that it is completely immersed in it. Cook for 4 minutes (tested) so that the yolk remains viscous. Remove, cut off the edge of the film along with the thread and remove it. You can remove the film directly by placing the egg on a cutlet or simply in a serving plate. If you need to cook several eggs at once, then string them on one skewer at once, just choose a frying pan with a larger diameter. The skewer is long, and 4 eggs in a film will be freely tied to it.