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How to Hard Boil Fresh Eggs

Submitted by: laree on April 23, 2011
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How to Hard Boil Fresh Eggs

There are a few ways to make things easier. Making the perfect boiled egg is a science, and an art, and EVERYONE has a different way of doing it–this is mine.

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Difficulty: Easy


1/4 cup salt


Let eggs reach room temperature. Place in boiling water. Add salt to boiling water.

Boil until eggs reach desired doneness ~ 12 minutes.

While eggs are boiling, prepare a bowl of ice water.

When eggs are done, drain water, and immerse in ice water. Let eggs cool in water.

Remove eggs from water and dry.

Categories: Egg Dishes, Tips & Tricks

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