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Hard Boiled Eggs

Hard Boiled Eggs
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  1. Choose the size pot and lid you need for the number of eggs you are using.
  2. Take 3-4 plain white paper towels and saturate them completely with water.
  3. Place the wet paper towels in the bottom of the pan and place your eggs on top of the paper towels in a single layer.
  4. Place the lid on the pot and put on the burner on medium heat. Within a few minutes you will notice steam start to escape from the edges of the lid. When this happens spin the lid to create the vapor-seal. If the lid spins freely and appears to “float” on the pot as it spins, you have created the vapor-seal.
  5. Turn the burner to the lowest setting.
  6. Allow the eggs to cook on low for about 13-15 minutes for hard eggs, 7-8 minutes for medium eggs, and about 5 minutes for soft eggs.
  7. Once the time is up, open the lid and add cold water over the eggs. Remove paper towels and leave small amount of cool water in the pot.
  8. If making hard boiled eggs, place the lid back on and give the pot a shake while holding the lid. This will crack the shells and make the eggs easier to peel.

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  • SAM says:
    When cooking for steamed eggs do you leave the VALVE closed the entire cooking time?

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