How Do You Easily Peel Hard-Boiled Eggs?
You can make a big mess of your hard-boiled eggs, with shells that stick to the whites and tear off chunks of your eggs, if you don’t know how to do it right. Peeling hard-boiled eggs easily doesn’t take much skill if you prepare them correctly. Boil your eggs right if you want them to peel easily. Most often, hard-to peel eggs are the result of over-cooked eggs. Learn how to boil your eggs right and you’re half way there. Peel your eggs as soon after they’re cooked as possible. Warm eggs are much easier to peel that cold eggs. Set your pan of boiled eggs under cold running water until they’re cool enough to handle, but still warm. Crack the still-warm eggs, and roll them on a hard surface until the shell is cracked all over. Holding the egg under cool running water, you should be able to easily pull of the shell in a matter of seconds. Peel refridgerated eggs by using this method: fill up a pan with enough cold water to cover all of your eggs. Crack and roll each egg on a hard surface