Definition of Coddled egg
1. Noun. Egg cooked briefly in the shell in gently boiling water.
Generic synonyms: Dish
Specialized synonyms: Hard-boiled Egg, Hard-cooked Egg
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Literary usage of Coddled egg
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1. The Care and Feeding of Children: A Catechism for the Use of Mothers and by Luther Emmett Holt (1920)
"coddled egg.— A fresh egg, shell on, is placed in boiling water which is immediately after removed from the fire. The egg then cooks slowly in the water, ..."
2. Infant Care by Max West (1921)
"coddled egg. In a cup or a small saucepan boil 1 cupful of water to 1 egg. Remove pan from fire and put in egg. Cover closely and allow to stand 6 to 10 ..."
3. Short Talks with Young Mothers on the Management of Infants and Young Children by Charles Gilmore Kerley (1922)
"coddled egg coddled egg Take a fresh egg, place it in a pan of boiling water, put on the back of the stove and stand for three minutes, having pan tightly ..."
4. The Care and Feeding of Southern Babies: A Guide for Mothers, Nurses and by Owen H. Wilson (1920)
"Summer Diet From Twelve to Eighteen Months 1 o'clock—Milk; one coddled egg, or two tablespoons of steak juice; one piece of toasted bread and butter. ..."
5. Modern methods in nursing by Georgiana Jane Sanders (1922)
"Hake in a coddled egg.—Break an egg in a cup with a spoon, add 5 ounces of hot milk (about 165° F.), cook in a double saucepan, stirring constantly. ..."
6. Therapeutic Gazette (1921)
"By the eleventh month he may be given part of a whole coddled egg, and if it is well tolerated., ..."