How to Cook Perfect Jammy Eggs
Ahh, the jammy egg. Solid, cooked-through whites and a creamy-rich yolk that’s slightly firm around the edges. You probably enjoyed it first topped on a steaming bowl of ramen or on fancy toast from an overpriced coffee shop.
Wherever it is you had your first jammy egg, we can all agree on one thing — it was life-changing! Thankfully, making one at home requires no special skill; it’s all about timing. Six minutes, to be exact.
What you’ll need: