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Post  coldawn on 25.07.10 11:17

Am loving my oven so far, roasted a chicken the other day, a huge one, and it was yummy lovely and moist. My question is read you can do boiled eggs in it, but how long do you cook it for and at what temp do I put it on if I want a soft boiled egg, please help. Very Happy xXx

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Post  coldawn on 25.07.10 12:00

No wories tried them on high rack at 200 for 6mins and the were perfect, yeah Chef xXx

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Post  junie on 25.07.10 13:45

Well done Coldawn

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You seem to be starting well with your oven. Chicken really does cook beautifully in these HOs.

I'm glad you mastered the eggs and thanks for taking the time to let us know how you got on.

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Post  Admin on 25.07.10 14:43

Thank you for sharing Dawn you are a star

So now we know -
to cook soft boiled egg place them on high rack at 200 for 6 mins


In a previous post from John he said "to cook hard boiled eggs cook them for 10 mins"


I am adding this bit of info just in case ... Smile


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Post  junie on 25.07.10 14:55

Hi again Dawn

Just to clarify in order to help anyone else trying this - were your eggs room temperature or fridge cold? Also were they small, medium or large?

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Post  coldawn on 28.07.10 17:42

I used medium sized straight from fridge, did turn them once during cooking, and one was slightly more runny than the other. Will let you no when I do it again if I have the same success. Hope that helps Laughing xXx

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Post  maybabe on 17.12.10 15:09

followed your advise for soft boiled eggs i needed an extra minute but that could be to do with size of eggs but they were lovely with soldiers thank you

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Post  whaley on 19.12.10 12:21

This may seem a silly question but do you have to put them in water? If not, do you need to prick the shell to stop them fro exploding. Shocked

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Post  tackjar on 19.12.10 12:31

So now we know -
to cook soft boiled egg place them on high rack at 200 for 6 mins
In a previous post from John he said "to cook hard boiled eggs cook them for 10 mins"


Is that 200c or 200f Sorry I'm a novice. confused

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Post  Admin on 19.12.10 13:15

That is 200c

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Post  junie on 19.12.10 13:15

Hi Whaley and Tackjar.

You don't need to put the eggs in water and don't prick them either - they won't explode - the pressure doesn't build up like it would in a microwave.
The temperature is 200C.

Don't apologise for asking questions - it's the only way to learn cool

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Post  zwitterelf on 24.01.12 23:29

Thank you very much, ((^_^)) going to try it out later, and I would let you know how I have done them.
Much Love and huggles,
Namaste
((^_^))

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Post  leemic on 05.09.12 14:51

hi all
put my eggs in for 6 mins on high rack
cracked em open and they was still raw
what am i doing wring ???

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Post  Admin on 06.09.12 8:25

Hi Leemic

It all depends on the size of the egg, temperature, (was it at room temperature or from the fridge) wattage of your HO, etc

Like I said in my previous post at the top, John's oven took 10 mins to cook hard boiled eggs.

just cook it for longer next time.

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Post  Catfriend on 25.09.12 13:46

Can I just add that I tried a soft boiled egg in the halogen for the first time today and it was perfect. My machine is the Andrew James version and I placed a large egg straight from the fridge onto the middle of the high rack, put the lid on without the extender ring, and set the time for six minutes. To my surprise the egg came out just as I like it, with the white cooked and the yolk runny, so it really does work and saves the electricity you would normally use heating a pan of water.

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Post  Rapthorne on 22.01.13 4:29

I tried hard boiled eggs, and must have done something wrong. a few of my egg's shells exploded, and those that didn't were extremely difficult to deshell

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Post  Admin on 22.01.13 15:07

How long did you cook them for ?


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Post  Rapthorne on 22.01.13 16:05

7 minutes on 200

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Post  Admin on 22.01.13 18:41

They should have been ok. Sorry Don't know what went wrong.

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Post  roleck on 25.01.13 14:35

If I may make a suggestion: When I set them to cook through all one one side, the top burned (literally) while the bottom was soft.

Followoing the recommendations on how to cook meats, I found if I mark one side of each egg with an X and cook half time on one side then roll them over to the other and finish them off they cook more evenly.

Every oven cooks differently so timing will have to be experimented with.

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Post  Queensmessenger on 16.02.13 20:33

First time user trying light boiled eggs for lunch. 6mins at 200 on high rack and no extender -- white not set and extremely runny. Next one at 7 mins and 210 deg. far better. perhaps another minute. Eggs straight out of fridge and average size. Whoo hooo success on a plate (or in an egg cup).
Experimenting with chips tonight. thin cut and squared off ends on steamer tray on high rack at 225deg for 10 mins then turn using a spatula/scoop for another 10 mins. Salt and eat. Yummy.

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