How Do You Hard Boil An Egg That Will Peel/Shell Easy?
When preparing boiled eggs for deviled eggs or other decorative ways, you definitely want the egg white on the boiled egg to stay in tack. How annoying is it when the shell on the egg you’ve boiled won’t peel of smoothly and you have to take the extra time to pick and pull off all those time bits and pieces. And then you end up with an egg that looks butchered because the egg white fell apart in the process? Wouldn’t it be great if you could boil it in a way that makes it easy to peel/shell? Follow these simple steps to boil an egg that will not only peel/shell easy but will look great displayed for you next dining experience. When you place your egg(s) in the pot, be sure to put enough water in to cover the eggs about half an inch. If you put too little water in your pot you won’t allow enough time for the egg(s) to cook thoroughly. Hint . . . be sure to use fresh eggs. Once you put the pot on the stove put in the water at least a teaspoon of salt. The salt is crucial in your egg(s) b