A home cook has revealed the genius cooking gadget she uses to make perfect hard boiled eggs every time

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A home cook has revealed the genius cooking gadget she uses to make perfect hard boiled eggs every time.

Foodie Kaoutar swears by a $13 from Amazon to tell when her eggs are cooked to perfection. 

The timer transforms from white to red as the egg cooks and even has the soft, medium and hard cooking stages written on the surface.

Egg enthusiast, Kaoutar, swears by a $13 colour changing timer to tell when her eggs are cooked

It transforms from white to red as the egg cooks and has the soft, medium and hard stages on the side

Egg enthusiast, Kaoutar, swears by a $13 colour changing timer from Amazon to tell when her eggs are cooked to perfection, it transforms from white to red as the egg cooks

The gadget has been designed to slip into the pot along with eggs and boiling water to control cooking times in a precise manner. 

‘Probably one of my favourite purchases, always have the perfect hard boiled eggs,’ Kaoutar wrote. 

To restore the timer back to its original white colour after use, simply place it on a kitchen bench or somewhere at room temperature for at least 15 minutes. 

'Probably one of my favourite purchases, always have the perfect hard boiled eggs,' American egg enthusiast, Kaoutar wrote

‘Probably one of my favourite purchases, always have the perfect hard boiled eggs,’ American egg enthusiast, Kaoutar wrote

She shared the gadget on Facebook for other home cooks to find and many left comments saying they need the egg cooker themselves. 

‘I need this.Mine always come out over cooked,’ a foodie wrote.   

In another Facebook page a group of parents have revealed a simple way to prevent the offensive odour of boiled eggs cooking from spreading through the house.

To neutralise the smell of boiling eggs a mum named, Natasha, simply added a few teaspoons of white distilled vinegar into the water

 To neutralise the smell of boiling eggs a mum named, Natasha, simply added a few teaspoons of white distilled vinegar into the water

A mum named, Natasha, simply added a few teaspoons of white distilled vinegar into the water when boiling eggs and it neutralised the smell.  

According to culinary scientist Jessica Gavin, du lich (Truy cập tại đây) boiling eggs releases the iron in the yolk while the whites release sulfur and hydrogen that causes the smell to occur.

But adding the vinegar to the water when cooking the eggs will help prevent this chemical reaction from occurring without impacting the taste of the food. 

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