The right way to Boil an Egg

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Eggs are a rich source of protein and vitamins and therefore are generally healthy in order to eat, unless you then have a high cholesterol grade.
You can have eggs raw, boiled or cooked inside a pan as scrambled ova or an omelet. Boiling eggs has become the easiest ways to prepare them; this HP pavilion dv6000 Battery will provide instructions on the way to boil an egg cell in six basic steps

"First you bring some water to a boil," most of them would start. I would cut them off with a sharp ?"Wrong!"? One friend?'s tip was to put salt in the water to prevent cracking. Another friend told me that she used salt and vinegar, explaining that it was the vinegar that prevented cracking, while the salt brought the water to a boil faster. There seems to be a lot of confusion on the matter.

And so, to set the record straight, here is the proper way to hard boil an egg.

Place the raw egg inside a saucepan.


Run cold water in the saucepan until the lake is 1 " above the egg cell.

 Place the saucepan using a stove and cook over medium heat until the lake begins to boil.

Stop the cooking process. Chill the eggs by placing them under cold running water or in a bowl of ice water. Let them sit for a few minutes until the eggs are completely cool.


Simmer for 2 to 3 minutes for soft-boiled ova or 10 in order to 15 minutes for hard-boiled eggs.


Remove the egg using a spoon or ladle and allow it cool slowly, HP pavilion dv8000 Battery or run cold water over it to cool it faster.

Use hard-boiled eggs in making deviled eggs as well as egg salad sandwiches. Really don't over cook ones eggs, it can create a green ring to appear around the egg yolk with the iron and sulfur in the egg. This won't affect the taste belonging to the egg, but overcooking will hurt the protein good quality.

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This article was published on 2010/12/01