Perfectly boiled eggs are a wonderful treat and so easy to achieve. Learn our foolproof way to prepare them yourself at home. Because we all have our preferences there are
different ways people like to enjoy their eggs. Some like myself enjoy them with a soft and runny egg yolk, others prefer them with the yolk just set but still holding a little moisture while another group prefers their eggs with properly hard boiled yolks.
The problem that many are facing is to boil their eggs to the point where they are having the desired consistency and are easy to peel. This can become a little frustrating after all one will only find out about the hardness of the egg once it has been peeled.
The good news is that there is actually a foolproof method to get the eggs just the way you want them. Below i will explain this easy way in step by step instructions.
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: at least 3 minutes
Resting time: 0 minutes
Total time needed: at least 8 minutes
Grade of Difficulty: easy
The cooking times I gave you are good indicators but depending on the power of your stove and when you decided to start the timing they can vary slightly. It will take just a little practice and you will get perfectly boiled eggs every time.
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