The Best Way to Make Easy-to-Peel Boiled Eggs: Give Them a Hot Start
Don't you hate it when you're peeling a boiled egg and half of it breaks off with the shell? Serious Eats tested several egg boiling methods to find the most foolproof method to avoid that catastrophe. The factor that made the biggest difference: The temperature you start cooking the eggs in.
Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Electric Pressure Cooker
Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Electric Pressure Cooker I have just learned out to make Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs in the Electric Pressure Cooker! I am in love with my Instant Pot! As you can probably tell
The Perfect Hard-Boiled Egg - Lexi's Clean Kitchen
For the longest time hard-boiled eggs were one of those, “well, they’re never going to be beautiful” situations for me. I tried every which way- vinegar, baking soda, putting them into hot water, starting them in cold. You name it, I tried it! I was always left peeling an egg and having half of the white come …
Food Science: Why Are Hard-Boiled Eggs So Hard to Peel?
There are a million and one tips out there for how to make a hard-boiled egg easier to peel, but far fewer on why eggs are so hard to peel in the first place. Let’s take a look, shall we?One of the most frequently quoted peeling tips is that old eggs are easier to peel than fresh ones. It turns out this particular tip has some truth!Harold McGee in On Food and Cooking explains that the white albumen in a fresh eggs has a low relatively low (ie, acidic) pH level.