Solar oven “hard boiled” quail eggs

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There are so many different things that you can make in your solar oven.  A favorite snack in our house is hard boiled eggs…. especially quail eggs. They are BITE SIZED! 

You can use a solar oven to “hard boil” using the hot air inside the oven. 

When using a solar oven for eggs, an easy hack it to hard boil eggs  is to put them in a carton inside the  oven. The carton needs to be one of the paper ones, not the plastic or styrofoam ones because the cartons will melt inside the oven.

Once you place your  eggs in the carton, set them inside your solar oven. Seal the lid and add the reflectors. The quail eggs will take between 90-120 minutes depending on the temperature. 

 


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