Hard Boiled Egg

Achieving perfectly peeled hard boiled egg for snacking or creating deviled eggs can be a challenge. Some bits of shell seem to slide off easily, while others come away with bits and pieces of egg. This can leave behind a bumpy, pockmarked egg that bears little resemblance to the perfect ovals of protein you were hoping for. Obtaining a beautiful hard boiled egg seems to depend on factors including the age of the egg, the cooking process, and the peeling technique. Here are some techniques that may be helpful when planning to peel your hard-boiled beauties.

8. Roll Them

Roll Hard Boiled Eggs

Following cooking and cooling your egg, place it on the kitchen counter and gently roll it about between your palm and the countertop. This helps to break up the shell on the entire surface of the egg. Then, begin peeling away the little broken fragments of shell. Some cooks swear by baking a large batch of eggs in the oven instead of boiling them. Allrecipes has a Hard Boiled Eggs in the Oven recipe that calls for baking eggs in a muffin tin in the oven for 30 minutes at 350 degrees.

7. Use a Spoon

Eating Eggs

The spoon method entails cracking your hard boiled egg on the counter and then sliding a spoon between the shell and the surface of the egg. Next, rotate the egg so that the spoon circles the egg while separating it from the shell. Did you know that you can cook up a batch of hard boiled eggs in the microwave? Delish has instructions for making hard boiled eggs in the microwave. Simply place an egg in a bowl of water along with a ½ tablespoon of salt. Then, microwave on high for six to eight minutes.


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