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July 19, 2013 by EDITOR
How To Cook and Peel The Perfect Egg


Eggs are the perfect snack, full of protein and containing every single vitamin (except vit c). What can be difficult at times is creating that perfect yellow yolk without even the slightest hint of grey ferrous sulfide and peeling the egg perfectly without it sticking to the white. Here how's to cook and peel the perfect egg.



Cooking and Peeling Instructions

  1. One of the best ways to boil eggs is to put the eggs in a pot, fill with cold water and gradually let it boil. Gently place eggs in a pot and ensure all eggs are completely covered with water (make sure the pot is not too big - only large enough so that all eggs cover the bottom surface of the pot with very little space in between each egg).

  2. Add 1/2 tsp of baking soda to the water which will help the shell come right off with little effort.

  3. Set a timer on for exactly 20 minutes and immediately place pot on a burner at max. As soon as the water starts to boil, lower heat to med.

  4. After exactly 20 minutes, briefly run under cold water to stop the cooking process. To achieve that perfect yellow yolk without even the slightest hint of grey ferrous sulfide, it is imperative to not pass the 20 minute mark from the time you place the pot on the burner to the time you remove it.

  5. Peel eggs immediately (do not wait). If they're still too hot to peel, run cold water and peel, but do not wait for eggs to cool inside the pot.

    Enjoy or make your favorite deviled egg recipe.


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