How To Boil A Cracked Egg

Marko Balašević Author: Marko Balašević Time for reading: ~2 minutes Last Updated: August 08, 2022
How To Boil A Cracked Egg

Boiled eggs are one of the components of many salads and snacks. Eggs in these salads and snacks are ideally mixed with meat, poultry, fish, vegetables, mushrooms, fruits.

 
 

How to boil a cracked egg

Boiled eggs are one of the components of many salads and snacks. Eggs in these salads and snacks are ideally mixed with meat, poultry, fish, vegetables, mushrooms, fruits.

Sometimes it happens that a certain number of eggs need to be cut into a salad, and after you unfold the tray packed in the supermarket, you see that there are cracked eggs there. Again, going to the supermarket for the missing amount of eggs is not a very pleasant way out.

The question arises: is it possible to boil a cracked egg so that the contents do not leak out during cooking? It turns out that if you carry out certain manipulations with such an egg, then it can be easily and without problems hard-boiled even cracked.

I suggest using these tips for boiling cracked eggs - the result will please you.

Recipes with chicken eggs

Option 1
using the package
Option 2
in a saucepan
Option 3
in a double boiler
Ingredients:
  • Water
  • chicken eggs
We will need:
  • Pot
  • food package

How to boil a cracked egg using a package step by step instructions with a photo

Step 1

 

For work, we need a saucepan, water, food bags, cracked eggs.

Step 2

 

Tie each egg very tightly in a food bag, fixing everything with a knot.

Step 3

 

Place the prepared eggs in cold water. Bring water to a boil over low heat and cook for 10 minutes.

Step 4

 

Remove the bag after cooking. Dip the eggs in cold water. Peel off the shell. The eggs are ready.

Ingredients:
  • Water
  • chicken eggs
We will need:
  • Pot

How to cook a cracked egg in a saucepan step by step instructions with a photo

Step 1

 

For work, we need water, a saucepan, 2 cracked eggs.

Step 2

 

Wash the eggs and pour hot water (temperature about 70 ° C). Close the lid and leave for 5 minutes. During this time, the protein will curl up a little.

Step 3

 

Then bring the water to a boil on the smallest fire and cook for 10 minutes (avoiding boiling). As you can see, absolutely nothing came out of the egg with this method of cooking.

Step 4

 

Dip the eggs in cold water. Clear. Boiled eggs are ready to go.

Ingredients:
  • Water
  • chicken eggs
We will need:
  • Double boiler

How to cook a cracked egg in a double boiler step by step instructions with a photo

Step 1

 

For work, we need a double boiler, cracked eggs, water.

Step 2

 

Eggs need to be washed, put on the grate of a double boiler. Pour water into the steamer. Turn on the steamer for 20 minutes.

Step 3

 

With this method of cooking, the contents of the eggs will crawl out of the shell a little, but will not run away, but will stick together.

Step 4

 

Cool eggs. Peel off the shell. The eggs are boiled.

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