Boiled, steamed, baked: 7 ways to hard-cook eggs
Here are seven different ways to hard-cook eggs and tips for when you might want to use each. All methods are for large eggs, and cooking times depend on how well-done you like the yolk. Bring to a boil, then remove from heat ... can form around hard ...
A primer on eggs
From the time a hen lays an egg, the egg will stay fresh for about a month if stored under proper conditions; for best flavour and cooking qualities, however, it should be used within a week. Eggs begin to flatten and spread with age. If you can’t ...
Ways to Cook Hardboiled Eggs in a Microwave
The main danger of cooking hard-boiled eggs in the microwave is the likelihood that they will explode either in the oven or when you attempt to eat them. This is due to the way that a microwave works, by heating the liquids directly inside the egg to very ...
How To Make Orecchiette Carbonara With Hard-Boiled Eggs
This untraditional take gets its creaminess from mascarpone cheese and is topped with chopped hard boiled eggs. It makes two servings. Save the bacon fat for RECIPE #2’s salad dressing. This recipe is #1 in a series of quick dinners you can make from one ...
How to make the perfect hard-boiled egg
Place the eggs in a large saucepan and fill it with cool tap water, at least 1 inch above the eggs. Over medium heat, bring to a boil ... In this case, it’s Dijon mustard. You bet! In fact, you can fill the hard boiled eggs with absolutely anything.