When I started making deviled eggs; I had a hard time peeling the hard boiled eg…

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📖 When I started making deviled eggs; I had a hard time peeling the hard boiled eggs itself, but now I’ve gotten better at it!

Here is my method:

▫️ Add 6-7 eggs to the egg cooker. Measure water with the measuring cup that comes with the egg cooker. Fill water up to the “hard” line. Pour water into the egg cooker. Place lid on the egg cooker. Press the on button.

▫️ While eggs are cooking; Get a large bowl & add ice & water in it. Place it aside until needed.

▫️ When egg cooker beeps; Press the button to off. Take off lid. Use the 2 handles on the boiling tray & carefully lift the eggs & drop them into the bowl of iced water. Put the boiling tray back onto the egg cooker. Set timer to 5 minutes before peeling the eggs.

▫️ After the timer beeps; Crack & peel the eggs under a bit of running water. Done! No dark green color around the yolk & easy peeling.

*Sometimes I’ll use a mason jar with water & an egg inside… lid on & start shaking so it’ll crack the eggs. Super easy to peel afterwards.

*Hard boiled eggs should be refrigerated in a covered container & eaten within 5 days.

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