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Put eggs in cold water, then boil, let sit for 20 minutes, then rinse in cool water, not ice
Posted on Aug 14, 2019
The grey around the yolk of the egg when hard boiled is due to the sulfur in the yolk. Cook the eggs a little slower, slow simmer, and add a little vinegar and salt to the cooking water. I have also found that we all have the tendency to overcook hard boiled eggs which also helps create the grey around the yolk. I have found that eggs simmered for not more than 12 minutes are hard boiled but don't have as much grey.
Posted on Aug 10, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Have the Nordicware Egg Cooker
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Posted on Jan 30, 2009
SOURCE: hard cooked eggs
Hi, You can cook up to 12 large size eggs at one time in this steamer. Fill the base to the medium fill line, place the eggs over or close to the steam holes, and cook for approximately 35 minutes. If this helps, please rate this answer. Thanks! Hal
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
5 1/4 tsp.... my machine will only do 7 at a time though... so you may have to alter it a bit. and dont forget to poke a hole in the top end :)
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Petra Mini
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Posted on Feb 25, 2011
Ignore the instruction manual. Instead look at the measuring cup that comes with your Hyundai PLU 247959 (produced and sold under license by Poundstretcher).
On the side of the measuring cup, you can see three clusters of marks:1. 25 to 40 ml for soft-boiled eggs (symbol of egg with two horizontal lines)2. 45 to 60 ml for medium boiled eggs (symbol of egg with one horizontal line)3. 65 to 80 ml for hard boiled eggs (symbol of egg)
Egg boilers are based on the principle that the larger the volume to be heated is, the less water is required. In other words, you will need to add less water for boiling seven eggs, and more water for boiling one or two eggs.
Which means that for seven eggs to soft boil, add 25 ml; and for one egg to soft boil, add 40 ml. If you look at the markings, you'll notice that on the vertical line between 40 and 25 ml, there are seven equidistant horizontal lines, each showing the amount of water required for the various quantities of eggs.
One egg = fill with water up to the 40 ml markTwo eggs = fill up to the mark below the 40 ml markThree eggs = fill up to the second mark below the 40 ml markFour eggs = fill up to the third mark below the 40 ml mark etc, untilSeven eggs = fill up to the 25 ml mark
Medium boiled and hard boiled eggs are measured in similar ways. Works every time for me. Nice little egg boiler, by the way.
Posted on May 07, 2012
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