1. Egg Cooking Instructions
A perfect, runny yolk may go in a moment, so timing is everything. To avoid undercooking, start with the eggs at room temperature. The duration of a boil is determined by how firm you want your eggs. To make a soft-boiled egg, gently put the egg into boiling water for three to five minutes. To make hard-boiled eggs, start with a pan of cold water, bring to a boil, and then simmer for 7 to 10 minutes. The longer the egg is cooked, the firmer it becomes. To avoid overcooking, immediately immerse the cooked egg in cold water. For more information on maximizing your egg timing, see our post on how to boil an egg.
2. How to Become an Expert Knifemaker
After you've mastered the art of chopping onions, it's time to expand your knife skills and learn how to score, shear, and conduct other cutting operations. Our knife anatomy guide will help you make the most of your blade, and our knife skills video will teach you how to sharpen papa's pizzeria and wield a knife confidently.
3. Everything is well stored. This is an abbreviation for the French term used. Make sure you have everything you need ready, on hand, and ready to cook. This comprises the ingredients as well as the pots, pans, utensils, kitchenware, recipes, and so on. Nothing is more inconvenient than having to stop and look for ingredients while cooking. Before you start creating a stir-fry supper, make sure that all of your items are available and that your cooking station is ready to go.