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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

couple of egg tips

Here are a couple of tips and tricks for boiled eggs hope they are helpful

My mother used to always take the boiled eggs out of pan and then run cold water over these. I now do this same trick the reasoning behind this is that the cold water allows the shell to come off easier simply keep boiled eggs in cold water for 5 minutes, this will make removal of the shell easier

Ever boil eggs and then store in fridge where they may get messed up? Well with the big dinners as well as baking days approaching this tip may help you out. If your hard-cooked eggs happen to become mixed up with uncooked eggs, it is easy to figure out which is which. When you spin an egg on its side on a flat surface and it does not wobble, it is an indication that the egg is hard-cooked.

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1 comment:

  1. I always run my eggs under cold water...I run the cold water into the pot of hot water, until the water in the pot is cold....then I let them sit for a bit, until I can touch the egg without being burned. Then into the fridge they go!

    You know, I KNEW that you could find out which was hard boiled by spinning, I just couldn't remember if it wobbled for uncooked or hardcooked! Thanks!

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