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Pressure Steamed Soft, Medium, and Hard "Boiled" Eggs

By pazzaglia, member

April 14th, 2011

Steaming a fresh egg at low pressure, creates a pressure difference between the exterior of the egg and the air pocket - inflating it and separating the white from the shell. Making a pressure steamed fresh egg, easy to peel.

Recipe Used: My own design - Hip Modernist Soft, Medium, and Hard "Boiled" Eggs in the pressure cooker!


posted in: Gallery, eggs, pressure cooker, steaming
Comments (1)

JPSavoringToday writes: This egg looks perfectly cooked. Great photo.
Posted: 9:16 am on June 11th

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