This easy recipe for perfectly boiled eggs is done in 10 minutes, and you’ll never worry about overcooking your eggs again!
Dietary Info of Eggs
Eggs have some of the highest biological value for protein. One egg has only 75 calories and 7 grams of complete protein (4 grams from the white of the egg and 3 from the yolk). Each egg has 5 grams of fat and 1.6 grams of saturated fat.
Eggs are also one of the only foods with all of the fat soluble vitamins – A, D, E, and K.
HOW TO MAKE PERFECTLY BOILED EGGS
Eggs are a staple in most houses, and they are the perfect addition to any breakfast or to eat as a snack! An easy way to prepare eggs are to boil them! Getting perfectly boiled eggs is something that is so easy to do but it seems so hard to get right.
The eggs cook too long and then you wind up with this green ring around the yolk, which makes it look disgusting.
This recipe for perfectly boiled eggs is done in 10 minutes from the moment your water starts boiling with the eggs in it.
My friends and I love to tell the story of how we learned how to make perfectly boiled eggs. One of our professors had us do a 2 hour lab day making eggs different ways from scrambled to boiled to over-easy. Each station had to prepare boiled eggs different ways to see which one was the easiest to peel, the best looking, and easiest way to cook.
As it turned out, starting with cold water, simmering for 10 minutes, and then immediately cooling them down with really cold water was the best way to get perfectly boiled eggs.
PERFECTLY BOILED EGGS RECIPE:
- Place eggs in a medium sized pot
- Cover the eggs with water to just above the eggs
- Place heat on high until the water starts to boil
- Once the water starts to boil, lower to medium-high heat
- Set a timer for 10 minutes
- Once the 10 minutes is up, immediately pour the water out.
- Run cold water over the boiled eggs for 2-3 minutes
- Peel and enjoy!