Sometimes I just feel like a simple meal for dinner or brekky, and this is my go to feel good food. It took me a while to perfect, as I cannot stand an undercooked or overcooked egg. The 6.5 minutes is the key, as is the pinch of salt which helps the water to boil faster.


Ingredients (serves 1 | makes 1 serve)

  • 2 eggs, free range and size large or bigger :)
  • 2 pinches Murray Valley Pink Salt, or iodised table salt
  • 1 Slice toast with yummy fresh butter

Method

  1. Boil enough water to cover eggs, adding 1 pinch of salt. Once water is boiled put in the two eggs. Time the cooking for 6.5 minutes. I give a stir to the water every couple of minutes to minimise the risk of the shells cracking
  2. Cook toast whilst eggs are boiling, I like a high fibre white bread.
  3. Serve and enjoy!

Notes... Look around your local area and see if you can buy free range, farm fresh eggs...

  • Great easy breakfast idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  • You need soldiers for a runny egg.

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  • I have never cooked my eggs for that long and they are always perfectly cooked, but I guess there would be many factors! :-)

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  • It’s the simple things, in life that are best..and this is one of them! Nothing beats a perfect and gooey egg!

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  • My girls loves eggs, they could eat the whole carton worth

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  • My eggs would be hard boiled in that time. Remove the eggs from the fridge an hour or so before cooking. It also depends how hard the water is boiling – whether you have the controls set on high, medium or low and how deep the water is.

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  • I have an abundance of eggs at the moment – time to go back to the basics.

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  • A recipe that l will try,thanks for the timing!

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  • three minutes – nah, for me the white would be clear, and the yolk barely warm I will stick with my egg time LOL

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  • I love a nice boiled egg with toast soldiers and a sprinkle of salt and pepper too

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  • seams a long time for runny eggs,I cook mine for 3minutes and they can be a bit hard.

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  • I love a yummy runny egg!

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  • oh I loved a good runny egg when I was a kid, my kids love runny poached eggs but I may have to give them one of these to try (they haven’t been huge fans in the past as I have over cooked them!)

    Thank you for sharing your way of doing this

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  • agreed, protein for brekky sets you up for the day


    • It feels good too when you sit down to eat boiled eggs – cracking them open and dipping in toast.

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  • A good start to any day with boiled eggs for breakfast.

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