It will take about 10 minutes to hard boil eggs on an induction cooktop. Place the eggs in a pot of water and set the timer for 10 minutes.
When the timer goes off, remove the pot from the heat and run cold water over the eggs until they’re cool enough to handle.
Peel and enjoy!
However, here are some guidelines to follow:
- Place eggs in a single layer in a saucepan.
- Add enough cold water to cover the eggs by 1 inch.
- Bring water to a gentle boil over medium heat.
- Cover the pan and remove from heat. Let stand for 12 minutes for large eggs or 15 minutes for extra-large eggs.
- Drain the hot water and run cold water over eggs until they’re cool enough to handle; then peel them.
How Do You Cook Eggs On An Induction Cooktop?
An induction cooktop works by generating a magnetic field that induces currents of electricity in the pots and pans placed on it.
So to cook eggs on an induction cooktop, you’ll need a pot or pan that is made of a ferrous material (e.g. cast iron, stainless steel, etc.).
First, make sure your pan is fully compatible with induction cooking by checking its bottom for a small symbol that looks like this: If your pan doesn’t have this symbol, it won’t work on an induction cooktop.
Next, place your pan on the burner and turn it to medium-high heat. Once the pan is hot, add some butter or oil to it and swirl it around until the surface is coated.
Then add your eggs and cover the pan with a lid.
Cook the eggs for about 4 minutes, or until they’re done to your liking. Serve immediately with some salt and pepper, or your favourite toppings. Enjoy!
What Temperature Do You Cook Eggs On An Induction Cooktop?
There are different opinions on the best way to cook eggs on an induction cooktop, but most people seem to recommend cooking them at low or moderate temperatures.
Some people say you can cook them at a high temperature, but be careful not to overcook them.
Others say you should never cook eggs on an induction cooktop.
Personally, I like to cook my eggs at a low temperature (around 160 degrees Fahrenheit) because that seems to produce the best results for me.
You may want to experiment with different temperatures to see what works best for you.