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<p>EGGS 101 Natural
Learn how to prepare, cook and enjoy your favourite classic egg dishes.
We all know eggs are good for you. They’re an
excellent source of protein and key nutrients
and extremely versatile in the many ways they
can be prepared. The best thing about eggs
though? They’re delicious. In these pages you’ll
find step-by-step techniques, tips and recipe
ideas to make sure you get perfect, delicious
eggs every time. By learning just a few basics
you can make a wide range of simple-to-
prepare meals for as few or as many people as
you’d like. So go on and Get Cracking!
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BASIC COOKIE DOUGH
YOU WILL NEED:
Pot with lid
Timer (try our Egg Timer app on
your mobile phone)
Bowl of ice water (optional)
Making eggs on the stovetop is easy. All you need is a pot, some water and of course, eggs!
Hard-cooked eggs are often referred to as “hard-boiled” eggs, but eggs cooked in their shells
should never really be boiled as it can cause the shell to crack and make the whites rubbery.
There’s no shortage of methods for making hard-cooked eggs. We’ve tested dozens and this
one is our favourite because it’s easy to follow and results in perfect eggs every time.
Place the eggs in a single layer on the bottom of the pot and cover with cold
water. The water should be about an inch or so higher than the eggs. Cover
the pot and bring to a boil over medium-high heat.
When the water begins to boil, remove the pot from heat and let stand for
18 to 23 minutes. For a softer yolk, reduce the time to 3 to 4 minute