Step 1: Fill the Kettle with Water

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Step 2: Turn on and Boil the Water

Step 4: Lower Eggs into Boiling Water There should be enough room for all eggs without touching each other or any part of the heating element inside.

While waiting for the water to boil, carefully place your eggs into a spoon or tongs to gently lower them into boiling water once ready. It's crucial not to drop them forcefully as they may crack upon impact.

 Step5: Timing is key when achieving perfectly boiled eggs. For soft-boiled results (runny yolk), set your timer between four and six minutes from when you lower them into boiling water. For medium-boiled (semi-solid yolk), aim for seven to nine minutes, while hard-boiled (firm yolk) requires about ten minutes.

Step 6: Monitor Cooking Process

Step 7: Prepare an Ice Bath While the eggs are cooking, prepare a bowl filled with ice water. This will be used to shock and cool the eggs rapidly once they're done cooking.

Step 8: Remove Eggs and Place in Ice Bath 

Step 9: Let Eggs Cool Allow the eggs to sit in the ice bath for at least five minutes to ensure they are thoroughly cooled down before peeling. This also helps in making sure that any residual heat doesn't continue to cook the yolk further. .

Step 10: Peel and Enjoy! After cooling, gently tap each egg on a hard surface to create cracks all around its shell. Begin peeling from either end of the egg by removing small portions of shell under running water if needed .Once peeled, rinse briefly under cold water and enjoy your perfectly boiled eggs!

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