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02:11  12 april  2017
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How to make Martha Stewart's perfectly soft- and hard-boiled eggs

  How to make Martha Stewart's perfectly soft- and hard-boiled eggs Martha has the trick for perfectly boiled eggs. Hint: Soft- and hard-boiled eggs shouldn't be boiled throughout the cooking process. Rather, bring them to a boil and then immediately remove from heat. This ensures the eggs turn out velvety — and never rubbery.To make the dreaded task of peeling your eggs not so, well, dreadful, peel your hard boiled eggs under cold running water, which will help wash away any small bits of shell and make them easier to peel.

Everyone should know how to peel hard - boiled eggs in the easiest , most efficient way possible. That's why this tip is a life saver—because without it Easy - to - peel eggs start with hard - boiling them the right way . Add cold eggs straight from the fridge—not room temperature ones that have been on

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Once you've mastered how to make perfect hard-boiled eggs, you need to learn how to peel hard-boiled eggs without making a mess of the egg white or getting the shell stuck under your nails. We've all been there — frustrated when we get chips of eggshell under our nails, digging in until our egg looks as traumatized as we feel. There has to be an easier way, right?!

You've boiled your eggs for egg salad, popped them in cold water to cool, and are ready to peel them. Only, they're impossible to peel and the shells have taken most of the whites along with them. To add insult to injury, the yolks are green, or worse, runny. Take the guesswork out of how to peel hard-boiled eggs by following these easy tips and tricks, then use a TODAY Food editor's go-to hack for peeling large batches of hard-boiled eggs.

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  You've Been Making Hard-Boiled Eggs Wrong This Whole Time Who knew two small tweaks could make all the difference?It's no secret that peeling hard-boiled eggs can be tricky. Great news though! We think we've found the hack to end all hacks. Just in time, too! It seems like the Internet is in dire need of one.

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How to peel hard - boiled eggs . We’ve all been there — frustrated when we get chips of eggshell under our nails, digging in until our egg looks as While it may sound counterintuitive, slightly older eggs are much easier to peel . If you buy your eggs from the supermarket, they're most likely old enough, as

1. Use eggs that are not super fresh

While it may sound counterintuitive, slightly older eggs are much easier to peel. If you buy your eggs from the supermarket, they're most likely old enough, as the USDA allows for 30 days at the factory, and another 30 days for the sell-by date. But if you buy them from the farmer's market or directly from a farmer, ask when they were laid. In that case, you may want to let them sit for a week or two.

2. Start with boiling water

For years I started my eggs in cold water, which usually worked fine, until I tried the boiling water method, which is nearly foolproof. Bring a pot of water to a rolling boil, lower the eggs gently (I find a steamer basket works great) and boil vigorously for 30 seconds. Reduce the heat to a gently simmer over low heat, cover with a lid and cook for another 10 minutes.

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So how do you peel an egg perfectly? In a segment right after the 50 novices bungle their way through peeling , Chef Frank Proto, teacher at the illustrious Institute of Culinary Education, tells everyone the best way to peel a hard - boiled egg . He says first tap the top and bottom to find the air bubble ( eggs

As easy as hard - boiled eggs are to make, they're a pain to peel , that is until I learned this hack. It involves shaking the egg in a glass cup with a bit of water until the eggshell breaks into a million shards. It seemed completely unfathomable until I tested it out myself and discovered it's completely legitimate!

3. Shock in cold water and gently shake

Immediately pour off the hot water, leaving the eggs in the pot. If you're using a steamer basket, carefully lift the basket and pour off the water. Return the eggs to the pot and gently shake it back and forth to lightly crack the shells. Immediately add cold water and a few ice cubes and let sit until cool enough to handle; it will take about five minutes to serve warm or 15 minutes to serve cold. The idea here is that cracking while warm and then cooling rapidly allows the cold water to shrink the whites just enough to separate them from the shells a bit.

4. Peel underwater

Using your hands, peel the cracked and cooled eggs under running water (but that's wasteful) or directly in the ice water bath. The water seeps under the thin film that clings to the whites and helps release the shell.

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  The Best Way to Peel and Eat a Hard-Boiled Egg, According to Danny DeVito There's a pivotal scene in the star-studded Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's The Price wherein Danny DeVito's character Gregory Solomon peels and eats a hard-boiled egg, while delivering lines, on stage. It's visceral and compelling-so much so that it's been flagged by critics. "DeVito, playing the kind of irreverent, hilarious, irritation-generating dynamo that he also does so brilliantly on film-steals the audience's attention," writes Tim Teeman in the Daily Beast, "especially when it comes to consuming an egg, the shell of which he cracks with his cane. He then eats it with the gusto that Cookie Monster attacks his cookies." DeVito recently sat down with the New York Times to talk egg-and the pure logistics and pitfalls of peeling and eating a food that can be so unwieldy. "I use my cane, it's kind of funny I think," he says. "We've had some difficult nights, you know, when some of the peel doesn't come off, some of the egg comes with it. I got a thumb movement and I've developed a this [strums his finger over the hard-boiled egg, like a guitar], you know, this thing, a da-da-da da-da-da da-da-da-aiming toward the bag, always aiming toward the bag because Solomon doesn't clean. That's the way it is." [brightcove:5414965952001 default] On stage every night, DeVito only gets on shot at shelling an egg-and getting through a yolk, dry-mouthed, without choking or flubbing his lines.

Why Hard - Boiled Eggs Are So Hard to Peel . Eggs are packed with protein, especially the whites. When those proteins are exposed to heat—like when Carefully dropping an egg into a pot of boiling water instead of starting the egg in a pot of cold water is touted as the best route for easy - peel eggs .

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5. Use a spoon

I saw this method on YouTube and had to try it for myself. Crack the eggs at the fat end and peel a tiny bit with your fingers. Slip a spoon under the shell so that the curve of the spoon follows the curve of the egg. Rotate the egg and move the spoon to release the shell. This is a great method if you're only peeling a few eggs.

6. For large batches, place the eggs in a plastic container with some water and gently shake

TODAY Food editor Alessandra Bulow peels over 60 eggs every spring for her family's Passover seder and randomly learned her top method from a Japanese game show. Here's her hack for how to peel hard-boiled eggs in large batches: Put five thoroughly cooled hard-boiled eggs into a small plastic container with some cold water, top with the lid and then gently rock and shake until the shells break and fall away. You'll almost always end up with perfectly peeled eggs. Repeat with the remaining eggs. This method works best when the eggs are thoroughly cooled and cooked using all of the above tips.

Bonus: A cool gadget to help make perfect hard-boiled eggs

The one I like best is the Exact Egg Boiler from Casabella. It's like a steamer basket with an attached egg timer that fits inside a large saucepan. The timer changes color to reflect the level of doneness. It has a handle that functions as a funnel to distribute cold running water onto the eggs. While the eggs were perfectly cooked, I couldn't walk away from the stove for more than a few minutes at a time for fear of overcooking. After a second batch, I set my timer after the water came to a rolling boil to see exactly when the timer registered hard-cooked — about 8 minutes.

While it's not an eggs-act science (sorry!), by following these simple steps, your egg-cooking and peeling eggs-perience (ugh, sorry again!) will be a better one.

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<p>My mom's a goddess in the kitchen and can whip up inventive meals without following a recipe. But she does have a set of rules, and one of the things she always makes sure to do is prick eggs before boiling them.</p>Until moving into an apartment where I had to fend for myself in the kitchen, I had never wondered why she insisted on pricking eggs before boiling. It was just a thing she did. But even though I've finally mastered how to boil an egg, I’ve also cracked and messed up my fair share. When I complained to her about my cracked eggs, she asked me, "Well, have you been pricking them?" Cue the eureka moment.

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