Sometimes recipes call for room temperature eggs. It happens mostly with dessert recipes, especially if they involve heating or beating the eggs. But sometimes you don’t want to wait for the eggs to come to room temperature, and with this quick tip, you don’t have to:
You do want to be careful not to make the water too hot, or your egg will cook in the shell. If you put the eggs in the hot water when you first start preparing a recipe, by the time you get to the eggs, they should be warm enough to use.
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