soft-boil


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soft-boil

(sôft′boil′, sŏft′-)
tr.v. soft-boiled, soft-boil·ing, soft-boils
To boil (an egg) in the shell to a soft consistency.
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You can either soft-boil the egg, cracking off the top and removing the insides or why not crack off the top of a raw egg, using the insides to make the Eggs Benedict recipe on page 2?
Meanwhile, soft-boil a room temperature egg for three minutes - the egg should always be at room temperature, as it takes longer to boil if it's cold.
People in the 18 to 24 age range are least likely to know how long to soft-boil an egg.