It’s true. Grabbing a couple of boiled eggs, before running out of the door, is a fast and convenient way to start a morning. Yet, sometimes there’s no time to boil eggs. There is always the solution of boiling them the night before. Except, what’s preferred is to not do that, tonight. Would a microwavable egg cooker gadget ease the dilemma? To boil or not to boil? That is the question.
Packing a punch of about 6.5 grams of protein, 5.5 grams of fat, 215 mg of cholesterol, and from 5% – 15% daily allowance of vitamin A, B12 (cobalamin), B2 (riboflavin), and Vitamin B5. Boiled eggs are not a bad choice for breakfast or any other meal of the day. Not to mention, boiled eggs are quick and easy to cook. Right?
According to Donna Currie. A writer and blogger for The Spruce. A top 5 site on the web. It has over 50,000 written articles that cover a large menagerie of subjects. Subjects range from home décor, recipes, crafts, and many more. Donna rated nine high-end yet, affordable egg cookers. These egg cookers range from $11 to $40. The number one egg cooker coming in at only $11 (The 9 Best Electric Egg Cookers of 2020 by Donna Currie).
This egg cooker made by Nordic Wave is a microwavable egg cooker. It can cook hard, medium, or soft-boiled eggs. It comes in surprisingly less expensive than the majority of the as-seen-on-tv egg cookers. Most of which are popularly sold. Almost all of these as-seen-on-tv egg cookers only cook eggs hard, and under 10 minutes. The prices range from $8 to $20. There is one called the Egg-Tastic that cooks eggs poached, scrambled, or fried by use of a non-stick coating. Thus, for a time no oil or grease required.
As to how well these as-seen-on-tv egg cookers work. There are many uploaded reviews on YouTube. Amazon lists these reviews at the bottom of the products’ page with direct links to YouTube. Many of the as-seen-on-tv egg cookers can be found on Amazon and other big name stores.
As it seems to be. The simple hard boiled egg is not difficult to cook. One of the main reasons why people like a gadget to cook hard boiled eggs is peeling them. Everybody hates when after having boiled hard eggs the shell sticks to the egg, and won’t come off. It is annoying, causes waste of an egg, and time consuming. So, how do you boil an egg without causing the shell to stick to it, and without an egg cooker gadget?
Boil the water first in a pot large enough to fit the quantity of eggs to be boiled. Keep in mind that the level of water will rise when submerging the eggs into the water. Make sure that the quantity of eggs is suitable to the pot and will not cause the water to boil over the rim. Do not slow cook the water. It is not necessary. Feel safe, and quickly bring the water to a boil. Please, note that the eggs should be at room temperature. This is to prevent the eggs from cracking when placing them into boiling hot water. Cold eggs might crack when immersed into boiling hot water. Make sure there is enough water to cover the entirety of the egg/eggs.
Utilizing a large spoon or tongs. Gently submerge the eggs into the boiling water. Do not reduce the heat.
Immediately set a timer for 15 minutes. After the 15 minutes are up. The eggs are completely boiled. When eggs are cooled (you can submerge into cold water to cool), they are ready to be peeled easily. The egg shell will not stick to the egg. Bon Apatite!