Hard Boiled Egg Directions That Are Easy to Follow
There aren't many instructions easier to follow, in regard to food preparation, than my hard boiled egg directions. These types of eggs are great for breakfast, or as a snack that you can have at any time throughout the day. They are very easy to make and it doesn't take up a lot of your time. There aren't that many steps in my hard boiled egg directions, which means you can be eating this protein-rich food in no time!
Hard Boiled Egg Directions
1) Activate one burner on your stove and turn it on medium heat. Since each stove varies, there isn't a universal heat setting that everyone can use. My stove goes from 1 to 12, with 12 providing the highest amount of heat and 1 providing the lowest. In my hard boiled egg directions, I put my stove at a 6, which is right in the middle.
2) Fill up a pot about halfway with water, place on the stove and wait for the water to begin boiling. The size of the pot really depends on how many eggs you plan on boiling. You also don't want to use too much water, because it might overflow when you add the eggs.
3) Once the water begins to simmer, add the eggs. I use a large serving spoon to place the eggs in the water. You don't want to just drop them in, because that could result in the egg shells cracking or even breaking. Be very careful and gentle when adding the eggs to the high temperature water, otherwise it could be a recipe for disaster. This is one of the most important steps in my hard boiled egg directions.
4) Leave the eggs boiling in the water for 10 minutes. You'll want to keep your eye on the eggs to make sure the water doesn't overflow onto the stove.
5) After the 10 minutes has passed, use your serving spoon to scoop the eggs out of the hot water and place them in a bowl. Make sure the bowl can handle high temperature foods, because the egg shells will be extremely hot.
6) Let the eggs cool for about 10-15 minutes and enjoy! I usually refrigerate mine, because I don't plan on eating them right away after boiling. There you have it, the 6 easy steps that make up my hard boiled egg directions.
Hard Boiled Egg Nutrition
Hard boiled eggs have the same amount of calories as a raw egg, which is around 70 calories for a large egg. It also contains 6 grams of protein, with zero grams of carbohydrates and sugar. This makes it a perfect option for those who follow a low-carb diet. Also, the protein found in eggs is one of the best muscle building proteins found in any food. All of this nutrition information is based on an egg with the yolk included.
Now that you've read the article, I hope you realize how easy hard boiled egg directions are to follow. It's a very simple food to make, that also has numerous health benefits. It's a very cost effective breakfast, snack, or dinner option that can be consumed whole or as part of another recipe. Also, if you like eggs, but not those that are hard boiled, there are plenty of other ways to eat them.
If you boil eggs a different way, please feel free to comment at the end of the article with how you would improve my hard boiled egg directions.