Re-boiling a soft-boiled egg is fine as long as it has not been sitting out for over 2 hours. If it has been out for over 2 hours, there might be the possibility of bacteria contamination.Continue Reading
It is important to serve cooked eggs immediately because of the possibility of contamination from bacteria like salmonella. Such contamination can cause food poisoning.
Soft-boiled or cooked eggs should be re-boiled within 2 hours of boiling for the first time. To re-boil the eggs after more than 2 hours, refrigerate them first instead of letting them sit out. Then, take them out of the refrigerator and re-boil them, consuming them shortly thereafter.Learn more about Dairy & Eggs
The stages of beaten egg whites are foamy, soft peak, firm peak and over beaten, according to About.com. Room temperature whites beat more effectively than cold whites, and the entire yolk must be removed for successful beating.Full Answer >
It takes between 3 1/2 and 10 minutes to boil an egg. The time it takes depends on the egg's size and how firm the person wants the egg to be.Full Answer >
The calcium content of a boiled large egg, which is about 50 grams, contains 25 milligrams of calcium, according to the USDA. This egg serving portion provides many minerals and vitamins, such as vitamin A, thiamin, zinc and iron. This boiled egg can also provide 6.29 grams of protein.Full Answer >
For a perfectly poached egg, bring water, 1 teaspoon salt and 2 teaspoons vinegar to a simmer. Crack the egg into a small cup and use a spoon to get the water moving quickly. Add the egg, turn off the heat, cover and let cook for five minutes.Full Answer >