can I hard boil an egg in the microwave?

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  • Of course! Everyone told you the wrong method, though. These are the proper instructions.

    Fill a black bowl with herb water and surround it with white and yellow candles, respresenting hardness (black) and the egg. It is very important that you do this at midnight because the Moon aligns with Jupiter in Pisces better at that time and because the spirits are more likely to call forth Hydra to help you with that. Then, pour a bit of blood in the water, which stands for the egg’s yolk and yellow thickening. Once you do these, put it in the microwave and recite Best of Both Worlds by Hannah Montana, to represent union between the yolk and yellow and turning from soft to hard. Thank Satan and then you’re done. Voila, your microwave hard-boiled egg is ready!

  • Yes, you can but it must involve water (in a cup or other microwave-safe container) which will cover the egg completely (in the container), and then be brought to a boil in the microwave.

    It’s usually done by covering the egg first with aluminum foil to even out the temp reaching all parts of the egg, but may also be possible without the foil:

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  • Fill a microwave save bowl with enough water to cover the egg. Put the egg in the water and microwave until done.

  • Not in it’s shell. I put mine in a small greased bowl and cover with wrap. Microwave on 50% for 1 – 2 minutes….and remember to pierce the yolk first!!! Watch it carefully.

  • There are special microwave egg cookers. If you just put an egg in the microwave, it will explode.

  • you can boil the egg outside

  • Yes, but pierce a small hole in the blunt end or the egg might explode.

  • YES OF COURSE YOU CAN!

    Then you spend a couple of Days cleaning out the Oven before chucking it out and buying a new one.

  • Er..I wouldnt. Some things are best left to stove top.

  • yes wrap it in tinfoil and stick it in for 45 min

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