What’s The Best Way To Boil An Egg?
I haven't boiled an egg in YEARS. I was forced to recently when Costco ran out of their pre-packaged hard boiled eggs. Those things are so convenient and somewhat healthy. So I got in the routine of eating them. Well, since I wasn't able to buy any, I bought a pack of regular eggs... boiled, cracked & packaged them myself. I HATED doing this... A. It's work. B. The house stunk to poop. I'll definitely buy the pre-packaged eggs again when they're available.
In order to boil the eggs, I had to look up a recipe. Like I said, I hadn't boiled eggs in years. So is this the best way to do it?
-Put eggs in a sauce pan with water level 1-2 inches above eggs.
-Bring to a rolling boil.
-Reduce heat & cover for 10-12 minutes.
-Use a strainer spoon and put all eggs in a bowl of ice water.
-Crack & peel under cold water.
-Boom. A hard boiled egg.
Is this really the best way? From what I can tell, the eggs came out alright. Is there a way to do it minus the smell? lol