Boiling an egg is an easy thing to do when you know the right method. Get your eggs boiled exactly the way you like them, every time! If you’re not eating eggs daily, you should be. These are one of the best low carb, healthy fat foods out there that can be eaten for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The true super-food!
How to boil an egg
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- 2-4 free-range and organic eggs
- Taken straight out of the fridge, place eggs in a pot and cover with cold water (about 2.5cm).
- Bring the water to a boil.
- Take the pot off the heat and let the eggs continue to cook in the water.
- Set a timer to make sure you get the type of egg you want (see times below).
- Empty the pot and cover with cold water so they stop cooking. Use this water or running water to help you flawlessly get the shells off without breaking the egg.
- At 4.00, the eggs will be soft-boiled At 6.00, the eggs will be medium-cooked At 8.00, the eggs will be mostly hard-boiled but still a little soft inside At 10.00, the eggs will be hard-boiled
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