How Long Do You Boil a Duck Egg?

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Duck eggs are larger than hens' eggs and richer in flavour, and will be cooked in 6 or 7 minutes if boiled in a pan. The water must have already started boiling before placing the eggs, and consistent heat has to be maintained.
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5 minutes after the water it has boiled.this work for hard boiled chicken eggs but it will work also for duck eggs.
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Put the eggs into a saucepan. Add enough water to cover the eggs by a minimum of one inch. Heat the water until it comes to a boil. Remove the pan from the stove, cover it and let
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1. This egg is nice and clean after a dip in the sink. Fill the kitchen sink with hot water and unscented dish washing soap. Carefully wash each egg to remove possible dirt or debris
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1. Fill a large saucepan with water. It needs to be large enough to allow for displacement of water when the eggs are added. Fill it not more than half-full. 2. Add 1 tbsp. of vinegar
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You can boil a duck's egg for an average of six to seven minutes. You will need to place the egg in boiling water and let them cook for the said time. Boiled eggs make a good breakfast for many and they are simple when it comes to preparation.
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