What? I just realized I’ve been doing it all wrong. When I make hard boiled eggs I boil the egg in water for 10 minutes then let it sit in ice water before peeling. But, I usually have a hard time peeling my eggs. I thought this was just the way it is. Thankfully, I learned how to cook a perfect hard boiled egg. Take a look!
How to cook a perfect hard boiled egg
I just saw this video from Eggland’s Best, How to Perfectly Hard Cook an EB Egg. She shows you how to cook a perfect hard boiled egg. I didn’t realize fresh eggs were harder to boil. Interesting…
I just learned that older eggs are actually easier to peel than fresh eggs!
What do you think? Have you tried this method for easier egg peeling? Do you have another great way to make the perfect hard boiled egg?