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Just use less liquid, that should work. Since you didn't mention the brand, you have to wing it at first. If you want to be a good cook, get am old cookbook and follow the directions, you can experiment after you've learned how.
Use a small pot with hot water from a kettle or water boiler, add small amount of vinegar (helps to keep the egg together) then wait until you see small bubbles. No need to swirl the water, just add the egg and don't let the water boil vigorously. Wait until cooked to your preference.
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