Introduction: How to Cook Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs EVERY SINGLE TIME!

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By using the steam method to cook these egg, you get perfectly cooked hard boiled eggs every single time.

Step 1: To Start You Will Need a Small Pot, the More Eggs You Are Cooking the Bigger the Pot.

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Fill the pot with half an inch of water. I know this sounds crazy but bear with me.

Place the pot over a medium-high heat, bring the water to the boil.

Set a timer for 8 minutes.

8 minutes will give you a perfect hard-boiled egg. Set for 10 minutes if you like your eggs really firm.

Step 2: Now the Water Is Boiling Add Your Eggs.

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Step 3: Cover With the Lid and Start the Timer.

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By using an only ½ inch of water instead of several cups means your eggs are cooked quicker.

Step 4: Now That the Timer Has Gone Off Take the Pot Off the Heat Straight Away.

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Step 5: Drain the Water From the Pot Before Added the Eggs to an Ice Water Bath.

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By shocking the egg with the cold water if will make the egg easier to peel.

Let them sit for a few minutes.

Step 6: Crack the Egg Along the The Middle and Peel the Shell From the Egg.

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Rinse it in the water before setting to one side.

Step 7: Carefully Slice the Eggs in Half Lengthways.

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Make sure to clean your knife as you go, this will stop the eggs from breaking up.

By using the steam method to cook these egg, you get beautifully cooked whites and yolks that aren’t discoloured.

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