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Boiled Eggs

Ingredients:

3 to 4 fresh eggs (large)

Sprinkle of salt

Tip of hot sauce or pikliz

Hint of black pepper

1 banana

CHICKEN EGG TEST

A very easy and practical way to spot the freshness of an egg!

Eggs are eaten raw with the yolk blended in juice or wine. They are usually prepared fried, scrambled, mollet, poached, omelet, in salad or boiled. To spot a very fresh egg simply place it gently in a bowl of cold water (right). If it lies on its side at the bottom of the water, it's fresh. In an upright position, it's a couple of days old and still good to cook. But, if it floats to the top of the water, it's surely bad, discard!

Instructions:

1. In a medium pot bring to a boil 4 cups of water with 3 - 4 fresh eggs. Let boil for 15

    minutes on medium heat.

 

2. Quickly after discard hot water and fill pot with cold water, so eggs can cool off

    and easier to peel.

 

3. Crack eggs with a fork and gently remove outer shell.

 

4. Slice eggs in half, sprinkle salt, hint of black pepper, tip of hot sauce or pikliz, or white

    sauce and serve warm or cold with banana.

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