Eggs a Guide to Hard Boiling

Many people do not know how to properly boil eggs, settling for a final product that does not even do the chicken justice. In this article you will discover three of the crucial intricacies behind egg boiling and how to create hard boiled eggs that truly are a masterpiece rather than a routine meal.

1. It is essential that your eggs are at least several days old. Fresh eggs are harder to peel and will end up breaking off chunks of

2. When boiling eggs to makes sure there is at least an inch of water above the eggs. As well, starting with cold water and then slowly bringing the water to a boil reduces the chance of the eggs cracking.

3. Although the standard method involves boiling eggs for 3 minutes (that is, 180 seconds). An alternative method that prevents the eggs from overcooking is to boil them for only one minute and then turn the heat off and leaving the egss to sit for 10 to 15 minutes.

With these tips in mind, you will never want to go back to the old way again.

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31 March

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