How-To: The Easiest Way to Peel Hard Cooked Eggs
One of the most frustrating aspects of hard
The first step is
Be sure to use a sturdy plastic container with a tight-fitting lid for this kitchen hack.
Now that you have cooked your eggs and given them an ice bath here's how to get them to practically peel themselves.
Drain half of the water off of the eggs.
Put a tight-fitting lid on your container and SHAKE! Shake your container about 20 times. Remove lid and check on the progress being made. If your eggs aren't cracked enough put your lid back on and shake approximately another 20 times.
I've had instances using this method where almost every egg in the container was fully out of its shell.
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That is so crazy!!! The shells just slip off? I need an ice maker just for that!!!!
I know, right??? They do slip right off. I've had batches of eggs where I didn't even have to peel one - all the shells were off when I opened the container.
I wish I had seen this earlier today as I was struggling to peel a dozen eggs!
Hi MB, I love this great tip. I struggle with hard boiling eggs correctly and it's super embarrassing. Also, I am loving your new header! It's so modern and fresh. Hope you and all your "men" have a wonderful Easter!
Thank you, Malia!!!! My family and I had a very good Easter. I hope you did as well. xoxo