Easter - How to Boil Eggs Right...

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'There’s a wide gulf between an expertly hard-boiled egg and just any hard-boiled egg. Do it wrong and you’ll get a rubbery white and a chalky yolk with an unsightly green ring. Do it right and you’ll get a just-set white and a wonderfully creamy, bright-yellow yolk. It’s just the thing to add heft to salads, to devil, to savor unadorned. In other words, it’s an important technique to nail:

Here’s how:
Place 6 large eggs (older eggs will be easier to peel) in a medium heavy saucepan. Add water to cover by 1 1/2″. Bring to a boil; immediately remove from heat. Cover and let stand for 10 minutes. Transfer eggs to a bowl of ice water to cool. Gently crack the eggs and peel under running water for ease.'
[article written by C. L. Music for via bonappetit.com]



So much pressure :D 
Happy Easter Holidays!
Happiness to you and your family! Cheers to incredible eggs!

How to boil eggs right - Photograph by Peden + Munk
How to boil eggs right - Photograph by Peden + Munk

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