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Food The Neat, Pain-Free Way to Peel Hard Boiled Eggs

19:07  03 november  2017
19:07  03 november  2017 Source:   food52.com

Boil Eggs Differently with This Clever Trick

  Boil Eggs Differently with This Clever Trick Boiling eggs seems pretty simple. Step 1: boil eggs in water. Step 2: Eat the eggs. However, anyone who’s attempted a perfect poached or soft-boiled egg knows from experience that a lot can go wrong in the pot. The eggshell can crack if the egg is too cold when it goes into the water; a poached egg can fizzle into a mess of stringy whites in the water; the yolk can quickly overcook yielding a decidedly unpleasant sulfur odor. It’s not uncommon to be so burned by boiled eggs that you’ve turned to fluffy, reliable scrambled eggs for breakfast.

The best kitchen tips are passed along from friends, or parents, or—if you work in an office with an always-bustling test kitchen—from colleagues.

And such is the case with eggs. We all learned to cook them from someone, somewhere; they're personal, universally-loved. But make no mistakes—they can be finicky, and, when hard-boiled, a real trip to peel.

Recently, one of our developers, Beatrice, saved us all in the kitchen with her trick for neatly peeling boiled eggs, gleaned from the kitchen of Blue Hill where she was but a young stage. We felt wiser. Enlightened. Our deviled eggs were already getting better.

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Here's the cleanest way to peel a boiled egg, no blowing required.

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The Trick

Cook your eggs however you like—slightly older eggs will help your peeling efforts, but using them is not necessary—and cool them down in an ice bath or a bowl of chilly water. Fill a separate, clean bowl with room temperature water. Once the eggs are cool enough to handle, submerge them, one at a time, and use the edge of the bowl to knock them, cracking the shell.

Once cracked, the water helps to gently separate both the membrane and the shell from the white, making your job easier, and the world a better place.

  The Neat, Pain-Free Way to Peel Hard Boiled Eggs © Provided by Food52
Now: Continue to peel like a champ underneath the water. Make the smoothest, pearliest eggs; impress your friends. Just don't forget to pass this tip on.

The Best Way to Peel Hard Boiled Eggs © Provided by Food52 The Best Way to Peel Hard Boiled Eggs

Photos by James Ransom

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This Superfast Breakfast Hack Will Spice Up Your Eggs .
No matter how you like them, this one ingredient will take the breakfast staple to the next level. Scrambled, fried, hard-boiled, or poached—eggs make frequent appearances on our breakfast table (and lunch and dinner, too). We know you never get sick of them, but we can bet sometimes you wish you had an easy way to transform them into something a bit more flavorful and fresh. We’ve got just the solution: salsa.

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