Perfect Morning Breakfast: Hard Boiled Eggs

Perfect Morning Breakfast: Hard Boiled Eggs

Perfect Morning Breakfast Hard Boiled Eggs

A perfect morning starts with Hard Boiled Eggs and toast. It’s a perfect and a healthy way to kick-start your busy day with a dose of protein to keep you in perfect shape and mood.

With this recipe, you will be equipped with the techniques to boil an egg with precisely the form of yolk you like — Soft Boiled Egg, Hard Boiled Egg or anywhere in between.

What’s the difference between a hard-boiled and soft-boiled egg?

Hard-boiled eggs have firm whites and yolks, and are frequently sliced as a snack, used to make deviled eggs or adorned as Easter eggs.

Soft-boiled eggs have a shorter cooking time, which lends them firm whites but soft and tender yolks. Soft-boiled eggs are frequently served for breakfast with dunkable toast strips (referred to as “soldiers”), on top of salads or floating in a warm bowl of ramen.

Perfect Morning Breakfast Hard Boiled Eggs

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Perfect Morning Breakfast: Hard Boiled Eggs

A perfect morning starts with Hard Boiled Eggs and toast and with this recipe, you will be equipped with the techniques to boil an egg with precisely the form of yolk you like — Soft Boiled Egg, Hard Boiled Egg, poach,  or anywhere in between.
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American, Asian, French, Indian
Keyword Hard Boiled Eggs, how to cook
Prep Time 2 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Total Time 17 minutes
Servings 2 people
Calories 78 kcal
Author Ranjeeta Nath Ghai

Ingredients

  • 2 Eggs cold
  • cold water

Instructions

  1. Place the eggs in the pot.  Fill the pot with enough cold water to cover the eggs.
  2. Bring the water to a gentle boil and immediately lower the temperature to a simmer: Begin timing the cooking at this point.
  3. Cook small eggs for 12 minutes, medium eggs for 13 minutes, large eggs for 14 to 15 minutes, and extra large eggs for 15 minutes.
  4. Serve the eggs hot in the shell (2 per portion), or cool them quickly in cool water and peel as soon as possible for cold preparations.

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Recipe Notes

To lessen the risk of infection from the micro-organism, food safety specialists suggest that eggs be cooked until yolks are firm.

As a substitute, wherein softer yolks are preferred, pasteurized eggs can also be used to lessen the chance of illness from micro-organism.

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Perfect Morning Breakfast Hard Boiled Eggs

Recipe Name: Perfect Morning Breakfast: Hard Boiled Eggs

Author: Ranjeeta Nath Ghai

Description: A perfect morning starts with Hard Boiled Eggs and toast and with this recipe, you will be equipped with the techniques to boil an egg with precisely the form of yolk you like — Soft Boiled Egg, Hard Boiled Egg, poach, or anywhere in between.

Preperation time: 2M

Cook Time: 15M

Total Time: 17M

Type: Breakfast

Recipe Yield: 2 servings

Recipe Ingredients: 2 Eggs cold, cold water

Recipe Instructions: Place the eggs in the pot. Fill the pot with enough cold water to cover the eggs. Bring the water to a gentle boil and immediately lower the temperature to a simmer: Begin timing the cooking at this point. Cook small eggs for 12 minutes, medium eggs for 13 minutes, large eggs for 14 to 15 minutes, and extra large eggs for 15 minutes. Serve the eggs hot in the shell (2 per portion), or cool them quickly in cool water and peel as soon as possible for cold preparations.

Calories: 78 per egg

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Summary

With this recipe, you will be equipped with the techniques to boil an egg with precisely the form of yolk you like — Soft Boiled Egg, Hard Boiled Egg or anywhere in between.

Pros

To lessen the risk of infection from the micro-organism, food safety specialists suggest that eggs be cooked until yolks are firm.

Cons

As a substitute, wherein softer yolks are preferred, pasteurized eggs can also be used to lessen the chance of illness from micro-organism.

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