- 5 eggs
- 2 litres water
Add 2 litres of water to TM bowl.
Put the eggs (still in shell) carefully into basket and place this into the TM full of water. Set to 60c at 60min speed 3... wait for water to reach temp (About 8 minutes depending on starting temp of water and eggs).
Reset timer for 60 degrees for 60min speed 3.
Crack the egg as you would a raw one and 'pour' the result (onto, in this case, toast.)
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In my Sous Vide research the restaurants are touting sous vide eggs as the ULTIMATE egg. The texture is incredible.. seriously just try it! It gives you a silky white and a velvety yolk. The thermomix is geared up to deliver the perfect water temperature for the 60 minute egg. Just remember 60 at 60!!
Make sure you give the eggs 60minutes at the 60 degrees.. even 5 minutes under wont give you the same results.
EDIT - I have a few people having mixed results so Ive tried a few variations on the theme. Try this to avoid runny whites..
first increase the blades to speed 3.5/4 depending on how many eggs you have and as long as they dont go whizzing around.
At 45min mark press 70c (light will blink) wait until the light shows the TM has reached 70c (70c light stops blinking) then press 60c (it seems that this small stint at a raised temp sets the whites better and does not effect the yolk texture. I had success with 7 large eggs in the basket)
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