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coddled egg (plural coddled eggs)

  1. (cooking) An egg that has been delicately cooked in a water bath (often in a device called a coddler), either in or out of the shell.

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Some cooks do not accept that a "coddled egg" can be cooked in the shell, while others describe it as being very similar to a soft-boiled egg, which is always cooked in the shell.

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