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Hard Boiled Eggs…cooking tips

   Posted by: CK Lam   in uncategorized

Cooking hard boiled eggs can be a hastle because you have to kor hui (jaga api) or kor chui (jaga air). My dear friend, KS was so kind to share this method of cooking the eggs whereby you don’t have to worry whether they are over-cooked or under-cooked.

1) Place two pieces of tissue papers inside the rice cooker and sprinkle them with water.

2) Put in the eggs.

3) Close the lid and press “Cook” button.

4) Wait till the button jumps up. When it does, TURN OFF THE ELECTRICITY POWER. Do not leave them too long inside the rice cooker after cooked …only do so if you prefer a harder egg yolk.

5) The eggs are ready.


The speed is faster than using ordinary boiling method. This is because the water sprinkled will turn into steam and compressed inside the rice cooker to cook the eggs. You can peel the egg shells off very easily. The egg yolks will turn out just nice, not too dry. And the best part is -you don’t have to do any washing nor cleaning at all.

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2 comments so far

M.KATE
 1 

Hi there, nice tips on everything, i’ll drop soon for more tips, especially on food :)

March 7th, 2008 at 10:00 am
what2see
 2 

hope you find this tip helpful.. do try it out.

March 17th, 2008 at 9:27 am

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