Boiled eggs are a delicious and nutritious way to add some extra protein to your meal, or they can be enjoyed on your own as a tasty snack. Believe it or not, you can actually soften or boil your eggs with a kettle. It's super simple and easy to do, and all you need to make it happen is a kettle that doesn't have exposed coils in the bottom of it that burns the eggs.
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[ Edit ] Soft-Boiling the Eggs
- Place the eggs in the electric kettle. Open the kettle lid, remove the eggs from the carton or container and place them gently in the kettle so they do not crack. Do not fill the kettle more than halfway full with eggs, otherwise they may not cook evenly. 
- Be careful not to shake the kettle or let the egg roll around to prevent them from cracking.
- Cover the eggs with water. Carefully hold the kettle under a tap and pour cold water into it. Make sure you do not move the eggs around too much so that they do not crack. Fill the kettle until the water is above the eggs. 
- Use cold water so you do not boil over the eggs.
- Turn on the kettle and let it boil. Make sure the kettle is connected and turn the switch to turn it on. Wait until the water will boil and the kettle will shut down on its own. If your kettle does not turn off when it reaches a boil, turn it off yourself as soon as the water starts to bubble. 
- Remove the eggs and place them in a bowl of cold water. Fill a medium to large bowl with cold water and place it near the kettle. Using a seaweed or a large spoon, take the eggs out of the kettle and place them gently in the bowl of cold water to stop cooking. 
- It is important that the water in the bowl is cold so the eggs do not. Don't continue to cook after you remove them.
- You can throw a few pieces of ice in the bowl of water to cool the eggs even faster.
- Peel and eat the soft-boiled eggs when cool to Pipe. Begin to peel a soft-boiled egg by tapping lightly on top of it with a spoon to crack it. Then use your fingers to gently lift the peel from the egg. Continue lifting the shell from the surface of the egg until it is completely removed. 
- Soft-boiled eggs can be served on your own with a pinch of salt and a little freshly cracked pepper, or you can add them to a tasty dish like top of some avocado cheese or in a bowl of ramen noodles.
[ Edit ] Hard-Boiling the Eggs
- Place the eggs in the kettle and cover them with water. Carefully place the eggs inside the kettle, making sure you do not drop them or shake the kettle so that they do not crack. Fill the kettle with cold water until the eggs are covered with about water. 
- Make sure you use cold water so you don't start cooking the eggs!
- Avoid filling the kettle more than halfway full with eggs so that they cook evenly.
- Turn on the kettle and let it boil. Connect the kettle and press the button or switch that turns it on to start it. Leave it undisturbed until it boils and turns off automatically. If your kettle does not automatically turn off when the water reaches a boil, wait for the water to bubble off and then turn it off. 
 Leave the eggs in the kettle for 15 minutes and then transfer them to cold water. Set a timer for 15 minutes and simply let the eggs soak in the hot water and cook. Fill a bowl with cold water and place it near the kettle. Once the timer is off, use a spoon or pliers to remove the eggs from the water and place them in the cool water. 
- The cool water will prevent them from boiling further and allow you to pick them up without burning your hands.
- Set a timer on your stove or on your phone so you can hear it and the eggs don't overcook.
- Peel the eggs and eat them or store them in your refrigerator. An easy way to peel stubborn hard-boiled eggs is to tap the bottom of the egg a few times on the sink or countertop to crack it, then use your fingers to lift the peel off the bottom. If pieces of the shell are stuck to the egg, hold the egg under running water as you peel to loosen them. You can then eat the eggs, or place them in a container in your refrigerator for up to a week. 
- Hard boiled eggs are good on their own with some salt and pepper, but you can also chop them up and toss them in a salad to add some extra protein!
[ Edit ] Tips
- Hold the egg under a running tap when you peel, it may make it easier to remove the peel.
- Set a timer so you don't boil over your eggs!
[ Edit ] Warnings
- Use a tong or large spoon to remove the eggs from the hot water so you do not burn yourself.
[ Edit ] Things You Need
- Electric kettle without exposed coils in the bottom
- Medium to large bowl
- Pair of pliers or a large spoon
- Container (if you plan to keep them in the fridge)
[ Edit ] References
- ↑ https://www.bhg.com.au/boil-egg-electric- kettle
- ↑ https://www.cleaneatingmag.com/ recipe / kettle-noodle-soup recipe
- ↑ https://youtu.be/b-CoXS4KKOE?t=34  ↑ https://youtu.be/b-CoXS4KKOE? t = 35
- [1945 https://www.bonappetit.com/story/jammy-ramen-egg
- ↑ https://www.cleaneatingmag.com/recipes/kettle-noodle- soup recipe
- ↑ https://youtu.be/b-CoXS4KKOE?t=36
- ↑ https://www.bhg.com.au/boil-egg-electric- kettle [1945 http://www.eatbydate.com/hard-boiled-eggs-shelf-life-expiration-date/