How To Cook Hard Boiled Eggs

So yes, this blog is on “HoW tO CoOk HaRd BoILeD eGgS”… Seems so simple, but it took me an embarrassing lengthy amount of time to figure this one out. It literally came down to science for me to fully understand how that egg gets perfect in that hot hot water- (once again, embarrassing I KNOW! Don’t judge…)

But anyways… I want to leave this here so if anybody is struggling with how to cook the perfect hard boiled egg- it’s here.

First tip: Try using eggs that have been sitting in your fridge for about a week or two. They peel easier when they are older. I also use large eggs, if you use a different size you might need to adjust your timing by a minute or so.

Tip 2: Peel them cold! The shell comes right off (or does when I do this!) Trying to peel them at hot or room temp will keep the whites adhered to the shell -ya want them bad boys COLD. Best is when you soak them in a cold bath and pop them in the fridge for an hour or so before peeling.

Directions:

Place your large eggs in a medium saucepan and fill with water about an inch over your eggs. Turn your burner to medium/high heat and wait for a rolling boil.

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Once it comes to a full boil turn heat off and cover your eggs. Now this is where it can be tricky. I like my eggs Medium boiled so I let them sit in the covered pot for 6 minutes. If you want a soft boil they should sit for about 3-4 minutes. If you want a hard boiled 7-8 minutes. I prefer mine medium because I like my yolk a bit more moist but not too soft!

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After the time is up, place your eggs in a large bowl filled with cold water, let sit for about a minute or two. The first pour will turn warm so dump out and refill one more time with ice and water. Let sit in fridge for an hour before peeling. Hope this was helpful 🙂 ! Enjoy ❤

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