I've learned through many failed attempts that describing how I cook my eggs is usually met with a lot of this 😐, so I decided to finally make a video showing just exactly how I do it. This method makes eggs that have a creamy/jelly yolk and a firm white. I started eating my eggs soft boiled because it really helped with my digestion. Once I perfected this method, I pretty much stopped cooking them any other way. *This is my first video, plz be gentle*
BTW: I cook 6 eggs at a time. It's always part of my meal prep. I put them in the fridge and then pop them in the toaster oven with some veggies to reheat in the morning, and they taste exactly the same as when freshly cooked. Huge time saver, and a way to ensure i'm getting a full breakfast in the morning regardless of my schedule.
BTW #2: stoves vary, cookware varies etc. keep in mind you might have to try this a couple times to figure out the perfect cook time in your kitchen. For example, when i'm in Austin I cook my eggs for 7 minutes, when i'm in Brooklyn it's 8 minutes. Don't get discouraged if they don't turn out 100% perfect the first time!
Hope this helps! x