If you’ve missed the Facebook Live segment with Alyse from Fit Approach, we’re recapping the tips here on perfectly preparing an EB boiled egg, soft or hard. You’re probably thinking this is super easy and it is, which is why its one of our favorite ways to prepare EB eggs. However, there’s a big difference between a perfectly hard-cooked egg you’ll pack in your lunch and the gray yolked, overcooked one you get if you cook them too long.
Follow along below for instructions and timing to get the perfect hard-cooked or soft-boiled EB egg every time!
Start by, you guessed it, filling a pot with water. You want to make sure it’s big enough to give your eggs room to breathe, and that they’re covered by at least an inch of water.
Bring it to a boil, then lower to a rapid simmer, and lower the eggs in gently.
Now, let’s talk timing.
- For soft-boiled eggs, cook 5 minutes for a very runny yolk or up to 7 minutes for a barely-set yolk.
- For hard-cooked eggs, cook for approximately 12 minutes for a brightly colored yolk (9 minutes for medium eggs; 12 minutes for Large eggs; 15 minutes for extra-large eggs.)
After the time is up, there are various opinions on the best way to cool eggs.
We like to put them immediately into an ice bath, because if not the eggs will continue to cook even after removed from the heat.
And there you have it! How to make soft-boiled and hard-cooked EB eggs that make a nutritious addition to so many dishes such as toast or salads.
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