See below, from M. Stewart and AOL. I love the idea the video gives for adding vinegar in the water to make the eggs easier to peel:
Eggs can be boiled, scrambled, poached, fried ... the list goes on. In the video above, you'll learn how to start with the basics: how to soft and hard boil eggs. As you'll discover, the difference between the two versions is just a matter of minutes. This is why it's super important to set your timer! Otherwise, you may end up with an egg yolk that has a gray exterior to it, which means the egg has been overcooked.
When it comes to hard boiling, you'll want to put the eggs in a small pot, cover them in about an inch of water and bring it to a boil. Remove the pot from the heat, cover it and let the eggs sit anywhere from 6 to 11 minutes, depending on how cooked you like your yolks. (You can see what each length of time looks like in the video.)
For soft boiling, you first bring a pot of water to a boil. Then, add the eggs quickly but gently into the water with a spoon and turn the heat off, cover the pot and set your timer for 4 to 6 minutes.
Watch the video above to see each method for hard and soft boiling eggs in action.
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