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Boiled Eggs #7144105 04/18/18 01:05 PM
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boiling me 3 of them right now. ive always put salt in them because my great-grandmother told me years ago it makes them easier to peel. yall have any tricks to making them peel easy?

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I just know the fresher the egg the better it will peel.

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Iíve heard of putting a little oil, vinegar, and salt to make them easy to peel. Thing that works best for me is not letting them sit long before peeling seems like the more they dry the harder they peel.


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yeah i peel them while theyre still hot too. I love these things with Tony Chacheres on them food

Re: Boiled Eggs [Re: NewGulf] #7144183 04/18/18 02:11 PM
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I hit them with ice after boiling. And it has been my experience that the less fresh they are, the easier they are to peel.


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Re: Boiled Eggs [Re: NewGulf] #7144189 04/18/18 02:19 PM
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I was thinking about trying Egglettes but the reviews are bad. Dang.

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30 minutes, 350, put them in a muffin tin, one per hole. If your oven runs hot it might take less time. Out of the oven straight into an ice-water bath for 30 minutes and they peel pretty easily. I do a dozen at a time.


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Re: Boiled Eggs [Re: NewGulf] #7144327 04/18/18 04:29 PM
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It is also my experience that fresh eggs are harder to peel.

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I just finished eating a mess of hard boiled eggs from my kids easter baskets. first few days the peeled pretty easy. About a week/week and a half in I would rather eat the shell than try to get it off. Maybe it makes a difference that they were dyed.


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easy ... ggggrrrr ... give me a minute


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Originally Posted by PMK


That's pretty cool. I always felt them being wet made them peel easier.


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Re: Boiled Eggs [Re: redchevy] #7144760 04/18/18 11:11 PM
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Nice video up


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That jar trick works good for peeling garlic, too, without the water though. Toss the whole head in there and shake it until most of the cloves are loose. Dump it out and discard the big pieces of husk. Put the loose cloves back in and shake it some more and it will pretty much skin the cloves.

edited to add: I use a quart-size "square" pasta sauce jar for garlic and it works great.

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Add a tablespoon of baking soda to the water...helps them peel much easier


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Yep, that jar with water is sure easy. Something learned for this old fart.

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Originally Posted By: Slow Drifter
That jar trick works good for peeling garlic, too, without the water though. Toss the whole head in there and shake it until most of the cloves are loose. Dump it out and discard the big pieces of husk. Put the loose cloves back in and shake it some more and it will pretty much skin the cloves.

edited to add: I use a quart-size "square" pasta sauce jar for garlic and it works great.


Iíll have to try that. I always just tap it with my fist and peel the outside.

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dunk in ice water for a few minutes, always works for me.


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Originally Posted By: CCBIRDDOGMAN
I hit them with ice after boiling. And it has been my experience that the less fresh they are, the easier they are to peel.


Same here.

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I have learned that steaming for 12 minutes instead of boiling then into ice water bath and they peel very easy! Got to try the jar trick

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