boiled egg

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Synonyms for boiled egg

egg cooked briefly in the shell in gently boiling water

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Prices are uniform across the country, with a boiled egg going for Sh20 and a smokie Sh25.
The girls aging between 10 to 12 years daily visit the tourists resort by paying Rs100 to enter it with a small pot full of boiled eggs to sell them to the tourists and earn money for their families.
MULTAN -- As winter approaches, the sale of boiled eggs has increased and child vendors were seen selling eggs across the district.
Once cooked, transfer the boiled eggs to a bowl of cold water and, when cool enough to handle, peel off the shells.
He told that animals and birds are being given boiled eggs and other food items to keep them warm in cold weather.
Once done you have your boiled eggs. Enjoy plain or with some salt.
Dippy eggs Enjoy 2 boiled eggs with "soldiers" made from 2 slices of wholemeal toast (from a small 400g loaf ).
TIMERGARA -- I have to earn bread for my family consisting of seven members because there is no male bread earner," said an 8 year-old girl Saddiqua, while selling boiled eggs on a suspension bridge at Zawal baba.
They'll be donning their St George's flag dressing gowns and knocking the tops off their boiled eggs in the manner of Kevin Pietersen swatting the ball to the midwicket boundary.
London, Nov 13 ( ANI ): Clarence House has dispelled "myths" about the Prince of Wales saying that the heir to the throne does not have seven boiled eggs cooked for him at breakfast but only eats one.
Unless the European Parliament objects, this means that the Commission will authorise the use of: benzoic acid or benzoates (E210-E213) in alcohol-free counterparts of wine; polysorbates (E432-E436) in coconut milk; talc (E553b) and carnauba wax (E903) on unpeeled coloured boiling eggs; and shellac (E904) on unpeeled boiled eggs. The Council also decided not to oppose the Commission's draft regulation on transitional measures related to the Union's list of flavourings and source materials set out in Annex I to Regulation (EC) 1334/2008.
Just before serving, shell the hard boiled eggs, heat remaining teaspoon of oil in a pan and fry coriander and cumin powder for one minute.