Top Rated Soft-Boiled Egg Recipes

15-Minute White Bean Soup with a Soft-Boiled Egg
I generally always have three of this recipe's ingredients — broth, beans, and eggs — in my cupboard so this is my go-to quick dish. The other item is pretty interchangeable, so you can use any type of mild greens, like spinach, chard, collard, kale, or turnip.My makes-it-all-better flavorings are rosemary and smoked paprika, but again, add in whatever herbs you have on hand, whether oregano, thyme, parsley, sage, cumin, bay leaf, what have you. Another excellent addition to this dish is bacon if you have it on hand. Just fry some up and crumble it into the soup.
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Asparagus Soldiers
By adding a tablespoon of butter and a few drops of vinegar to a soft-boiled egg, you’ll create a creamy, flavorful sauce that is the perfect match for fresh asparagus spears. This is the perfect trick for when you want a hollandaise sauce, but don’t have the time or patience to make something so complex first thing in the morning.This recipe is courtesy of River Cottage.
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Kiwi, Avocado, Arugula Salad
There's nothing like the bright pop of citrus to brighten up a winter salad, and this version added orange juice to the dressing. The heavily diced toppings - from avocado to kiwifruit to soft-boiled egg - will leave you feeling fulfilled, unlike many salads. This is perfect for lunch or a light dinner.
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4.5

soft-boiled eggs
Growing up, whenever my sisters and I were feeling under the weather, my mom would always make soft-boiled eggs, which she'd scoop on top of little cubes of buttered toast, so the molten center would soften each crispy piece. It was the best kind of comfort food — easy to prepare, satisfying, and, unlike a rich mac 'n' cheese, healthy! Nowadays, I prefer to dip buttered toast soldiers into my egg, lightly seasoned with flakes of sea salt, rather than pour the egg on top. It's a simple and easy breakfast or snack, any time of day. Click here to see What Are Heirloom Eggs?
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Cookgirl
This is our family recipe and the way we always ate our soft-boiled eggs! I carry on the tradition.
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Bergy
When I want a soft boiled egg I want the yolk soft and the white firm. The boiling time has a lot to do with your elevation. 5 minutes is perfect for an elevation of 1100 ft (330 meters) if you are nearer sea level decrease the boiling time if at a higher elevation increase the time. I was surprised that there wasn't a recipe for soft boiled eggs posted (just one with saltine crackers) So simple as it may be I am sure there are many that struggle for the perfect boiled egg. Invest in an egg pricker, a little tool that will prick a small hole in the bottom of the egg allowing the air to escape, preventing the egg from cracking as it boils
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Cookgirl
Had some pesto on hand and threw this combination together for breakfast earlier in the week.
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Missmagill
A how-to on making a hard or soft hardboiled egg which are a fantastic, cheap, yummy source of protein! You can make as many as you like at a time.:)
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SueVM
Marmite was my favourite childhood spread with toasted bread strips and a soft boiled egg. Mum called the toast, soldiers.
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A specialty of the Chikusei udon shop in the city of Takamatsu is its tempura made of soft-boiled eggs.
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mystic_river1
This cake is not made with soft-boiled eggs; it's something of a gag made to resemble its namesake dish. You make two small angel food cakes, hollow them out, fill them with warm lemon curd, and cover them with whipped cream. When you cut it open the lemon curd runs out like the gooey yolk of a soft-boiled egg.
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English_Rose
For an unusual appetizer try this flavourful version of a popular Italian snack served here with a tasty topping of egg, bacon, anchovies, olives and more!
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