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post #31 of 54
no mimosa?
post #32 of 54
^add to my shopping list
post #33 of 54
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^Most pretentious picture of eggs I've seen in my entire life.
post #34 of 54
ample negative space tho
post #35 of 54
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^Most pretentious picture of eggs I've seen in my entire life.

Sweet. Exactly what I was going for. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
post #36 of 54
After having some great ramen, I wanted to make soy sauce eggs. It's my new favorite snack.

I found this method to work the best for a runny yolk. Bring water to a boil, then put room temp eggs in and leave them for 6 mins, then put the eggs in cold tap water with lots of ice. After a few mins, remove the shell, put them in a sauce pan on low heat and add soy sauce and roll them around with your fingers for about 5 mins, then cut them open.



post #37 of 54

Put egg in boiling water for 8 minutes, then rest in cool water for 5 minutes. 

Yummy.

post #38 of 54

put eggs in pan- cover in water

cook until you reach a rolling boil- boil 1 min.

take off of heat and cover- wit 30 min.

dump out hot water and cover in cold water* 

eat anytime after that.

 

*if you get green yolk you can make a slight crack in the shell with a knife or whatever- and then cover in cool water.
 

post #39 of 54
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Originally Posted by foodguy View Post

don't put eggs into boiling water. the air cavity expands and will crack the shell. start them in cool water and the air heats gradually and bleeds through the shell.
eggs in shallow pan in one layer. Cover with water. Bring to boil. Cook 1 minute. Cover and turn off stove. when the water is cool enough that you can retrieve the eggs, they'll be perfectly cooked ... bright orange center and no green rim.

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Originally Posted by AmericanGent View Post

put eggs in pan- cover in water
cook until you reach a rolling boil- boil 1 min.
take off of heat and cover- wit 30 min.
dump out hot water and cover in cold water* 
eat anytime after that.

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post #40 of 54
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Sorry bro- I skimmed through the second page of posts and missed yours.  It's not a strange thing to have a hard time with a simple boiled egg- they can be bastards.  I eat low-carb a lot so cooked well they are my little buddies. 

post #41 of 54
dude ... you're in naples


and you're eating low-carb?
wanna swap?
post #42 of 54
Ha! I'm in the military so I have to keep my weight in check, but today I had pizza for lunch and my wife is making fresh ravioli right now and it's about time to open the second bottle of red. But back to low carb and the gym next Friday!
post #43 of 54
che stronzo!
post #44 of 54
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Originally Posted by foodguy View Post


If I'm ever in Naples, that's the pizza I want to have. Looks perfect.

After the water comes to a boil and leaving them covered but off the heat, waiting 13 minutes works for me. Yolks aren't dry, no green ring.
post #45 of 54
Very close to what I (approximately) had in Naples.



Tasted a bit like pancakes.
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