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I lost their measuring cup is it the same as a one cup measuring cup?


Here are the amounts - in teaspoons of water:

Soft Boiled Eggs
4 tsp 6 soft
5 tsp 5 soft
6 tsp 3 soft
7 tsp 1 soft

Medium Boiled Eggs
7 tsp 7 med
8 tsp 6 med
9 tsp 5 med
10 tsp 3 med
11 tsp 2 med
12 tsp 1 med

Hard Boiled Eggs
14 tsp 7 hard
15 tsp 6 hard
17 tsp 5 hard
18 tsp 4 hard
20 tsp 3 hard
21 tsp 2 hard
23 tsp 1 hard

Sep 18, 2014 | Egg Genie Electric Egg Cooker

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THE AMOUNT OF WATER YOU USE IN THE EGG GENIE IS UNCLEAR


Decide if you want soft, medium or hard boiled.

pick the correct scale, and fill to the the number of eggs you have in the cooker, 1 requires more water than 7 because the eggs sit partly in the water. The "timer" is based upon the evaporation of the water over time, the fewer eggs, the less displacement in the water pool, but also easier for water vapor to escape.

Feb 12, 2012 | Emson Home Security

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My friend bought me a hyundai egg cooker(plu 247959) but the instructions only tell you how to soft boil 2 eggs or hard boil 3! and no instructions of other amounts of eggs or how much water to use or how...


Ignore the instruction manual. Instead look at the measuring cup that comes with your Hyundai PLU 247959 (produced and sold under license by Poundstretcher).
On the side of the measuring cup, you can see three clusters of marks:1. 25 to 40 ml for soft-boiled eggs (symbol of egg with two horizontal lines)2. 45 to 60 ml for medium boiled eggs (symbol of egg with one horizontal line)3. 65 to 80 ml for hard boiled eggs (symbol of egg)
Egg boilers are based on the principle that the larger the volume to be heated is, the less water is required. In other words, you will need to add less water for boiling seven eggs, and more water for boiling one or two eggs.
Which means that for seven eggs to soft boil, add 25 ml; and for one egg to soft boil, add 40 ml. If you look at the markings, you'll notice that on the vertical line between 40 and 25 ml, there are seven equidistant horizontal lines, each showing the amount of water required for the various quantities of eggs.
One egg = fill with water up to the 40 ml markTwo eggs = fill up to the mark below the 40 ml markThree eggs = fill up to the second mark below the 40 ml markFour eggs = fill up to the third mark below the 40 ml mark etc, untilSeven eggs = fill up to the 25 ml mark
Medium boiled and hard boiled eggs are measured in similar ways. Works every time for me. Nice little egg boiler, by the way.

Oct 09, 2011 | Back to Basics TEM-500 Egg & Muffin...

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I lost the owner's manual to my egg genie. What do I do?


You can cook perfect soft, medium and hard boiled eggs at the touch of a button.

Egg Genie cooks up to 7 eggs at once-with no guesswork, no underdone or overdone eggs.

Just add the indicated amount of water.

Press "on"and your work is done.

The Egg Genie automatically steams eggs and alerts you when they're ready.

May 23, 2011 | Emson EggGenie Egg Genie Electric Egg...

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Instruction manual is in french ,need it in english


Egg Genie cooks up to 7 eggs at once-with no guesswork, no underdone or overdone eggs.

Just add the indicated amount of water.

Press "on"and your work is done.

The Egg Genie automatically steams eggs and alerts you when they're ready.

Here are the amounts in teaspoons of water:
4 tsp = 6 soft boiled eggs
5 tsp = 5 soft boiled eggs
6 tsp = 3 soft boiled eggs
7 tsp = 1 soft or 7 med
8 tsp = 6 med boiled eggs
9 tsp = 5 med boiled eggs
10 tsp = 3 med boiled eggs
11 tsp = 2 med boiled eggs
12 tsp = 1 med boiled egg
14 tsp = 7 hard boiled eggs
15 tsp = 6 hard boiled eggs
17 tsp = 5 hard boiled eggs
18 tsp = 4 hard boiled eggs
20 tsp = 3 hard boiled eggs
21 tsp = 2 hard boiled eggs
23 tsp = 1 hard boiled egg

May 22, 2011 | Emson EggGenie Egg Genie Electric Egg...

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I have misplaced my directions for my Egg Genie and would like a copy to print up.


Here you go! Put the water in the base of the unit.
Here are the amounts in teaspoons of water

  • 14 tsp = 7 hard boiled eggs
  • 15 tsp = 6 hard boiled eggs
  • 17 tsp = 5 hard boiled eggs
  • 18 tsp = 4 hard boiled eggs
  • 20 tsp = 3 hard boiled eggs
  • 21 tsp = 2 hard boiled eggs
  • 23 tsp = 1 hard boiled egg
12 tsp = 1/4 cup

Apr 01, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How much water and where do I put it


Here you go! Put the water in the base of the unit.

Here are the amounts in teaspoons of water

  • 14 tsp = 7 hard boiled eggs
  • 15 tsp = 6 hard boiled eggs
  • 17 tsp = 5 hard boiled eggs
  • 18 tsp = 4 hard boiled eggs
  • 20 tsp = 3 hard boiled eggs
  • 21 tsp = 2 hard boiled eggs
  • 23 tsp = 1 hard boiled egg

12 tsp = 1/4 cup

Mar 07, 2011 | Emson EggGenie Egg Genie Electric Egg...

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The timer turned purple. what does that mean?


Hi,

Usually Purple indicates a Soft Boiled Egg.

Thanks.

Jul 31, 2009 | Lux PRODUCTS EP100 COLOR CHANGING EGG...

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Need an egg boiler


http://www.focuselectrics.com/catalog.cfm?dest=itempg&itemid=3732&secid=53&linkon=category&linkid=98

Dec 05, 2008 | Back to Basics TEM-500 Egg & Muffin...

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