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I bring to boil, remove from heat, cover, and let sit for 10 minutes before the cold water.
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Posted to Thread #16418 at 11:26 pm on Oct 10, 2009
perfect everytime. Oh, and as the water begins to heat, gently stir slowly with wooden spoon for about 5 min. if you want the yolk 'centered' (for making deviled eggs. That way, you don't have the thin edge that always tears.
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Other messages in this thread:
- Loved the article, thanks Sandi! [NT] - Dawn_MO - 2:14pm on 10/10/09
- Marilyn, is that YOU?! [NT] - DawnNYS - 2:28pm on 10/10/09
- Cool Info, but I found in the hard boiled egg recipe that - Kendall - 4:46pm on 10/10/09
- 10 minutes? Isn't that a little underdone? Like the bowl idea though - I just use cold water. [NT] - DawnNYS - 7:09pm on 10/10/09
- I bring to boil, remove from heat, cover, and let sit for 10 minutes before the cold water. - cheezz - 11:26pm on 10/10/09
- Me too. Sitting here on a Saturday night reading about egg yolks! lol Really, only 10 - DawnNYS - 11:57pm on 10/10/09
- Me, too. I've been thinking about this all day and wondering if I'm the only one who thinks the - Curious1 - 1:14am on 10/11/09
- My 10-min. trick works perfectly, but if yours is working, no reason to change! - cheezz - 2:16am on 10/12/09
- And you stir the water with the eggs in them? I'm having a brainlock. That's a great tip! [NT] - DawnNYS - 11:58pm on 10/10/09
- Yes, eggs in cold water, turn on heat, and when it begins to steam, just move them around gently - cheezz - 2:18am on 10/12/09
- Cheezz, that's how I do it, probably about 12 min. My comment was for pics in linked article. [NT] - Curious1 - 4:08pm on 10/12/09