Did you know you can make hard and soft boiled eggs in your dishwasher? Let’s see how to do it!
You can make your eggs in many different ways: scrambled, sunny side up, hard-boiled, soft-boiled, etc. The latters are certainly the healthies cooking methods, because they don’t need oil or other fats.
Usually, to cook a hard-boiled egg you just need a stove, a pot and some water, but there are even less common methods to prepare it! For example, to save some energy, you can cook it in the dishwasher. Does it sound weird? Let’s see how to cook eggs in it!
How to cook your eggs in the dishwasher
In order to actually save energy, you should use this cooking method only when you dishwasher is full. Do not turn it on to cook just one egg!
Load the dishwasher as usual, then put the egg in an airtight glass jar full of water. Make sure the cap is well closed and the dishwasher water will not enter the jar. Put it in a place where it does not fall. Turn the dishwasher on and, once it has finished, take your jar out and let it cool down. Then, you’re ready to eat your egg!
Pay attention to the type of washing you choose. The eco one has temperatures from 50 to 55 degrees; your egg will be creamy and almost raw inside. The 60-65 degree washing will give you a perfect soft-boiled egg. A strong washing, at 70-75 degrees, will give you a hard-boiled egg.
Before eating, make sure the jar was well closed during the washing and the dishwasher water didn’t enter it.
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