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How to Get Perfectly Cooked Eggs Every Time

If you’ve boiled eggs on the stovetop, you know it can be difficult to achieve the consistency you want. Whether you like soft, medium, or hard boiled eggs, timing is everything.

With the Hamilton Beach® Egg Cooker, you won’t have to worry about over or under cooking your eggs ever again. This little appliance (seriously, it takes up very little room) eliminates the guesswork and perfectly cooks eggs each and every time.

Whether you want soft, medium, hard, or even poached eggs – the work is done for you. All you have to do is read the side of the measuring cup (that comes with the egg cooker) and fill to the marked line with cold water. The designated fill-line will vary depending on your desired consistency and the number of eggs you are cooking.

Pour the water into the reservoir then cover with the lid and press the ON switch. The appliance will sound when the eggs are cooked and all the water has evaporated. It’s just that easy.

This little appliance gets a workout in my kitchen year-round, but I find it especially useful in the springtime. With Easter approaching, this egg cooker makes easy work out of whipping together your famous deviled eggs, egg salad, or salad nicoise.

Perfect for low carb or keto diets

If you’re not planning an Easter feast, the Egg Cooker is a great tool for meal prep any time of year. And if you’re following a low carb or keto diet, you know that eggs are a must-have. I hard boil 6 eggs over the weekend and store them in the refrigerator to throw into salads, peel for a quick protein-packed snack or for a no-brainer keto-friendly breakfast during the week. Now that the Egg Cooker has erased the hassle from boiling eggs, you’ll find excuses to use it over and over again.

The Egg Cooker can also help you make perfectly poached eggs, too. Watch the video to see this amazing little egg cooker in action.

Use your perfectly cooked eggs in these egg-cellent recipes:

https://blog.hamiltonbeach.com/the-best-brunch-eggs-benedict/

https://blog.hamiltonbeach.com/slow-cooker-ramen-soup-with-pork/

https://blog.hamiltonbeach.com/nicoise-salad-with-grilled-tuna/

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Comments

  1. why doesn’t the manual give you a chart that would say; one hard boiled egg, x amount of water , one soft boiled egg, x amount of water, two hard boiled eggs x amount of water, etc?

  2. Ray, you can find that information on the measuring cup that comes with the Egg Cooker. It designates how much water you need for the amount of eggs you are cooking and the consistency you’d like to achieve. Hope this helps!

  3. Absolutely love it! The only difficulty we have had was reading the numbers on the measuring cup. It would be great if those numbers were a different color that would be easier to read.

  4. Just got the egg cooker. Seems weird that on the measuring cup, you use less water for more eggs. You would think it would be the opposite. More eggs, more water.

  5. Absolutely agree. Essential measuring cup is poorly designed! Had to use a magnifying glass and permanent marker to highlight the measurements I typically use.

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