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How to Hard-Boil Eggs

How to Hard-Boil an Egg

While there are tons of methods out there to hard-boil an egg, ours is easy and foolproof! It produces perfectly cooked yolks and whites every time. To learn how to make egg-cellent hard-boiled eggs, watch the video now!

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fuzzles fuzzles 3 years
Love hard boiled eggs!  I use this technique as well.  Perfect every time.  I also add a bit of dried shallots to the water when cooking.  If I get busy doing something else (it happens!) the scent of the heated shallots reminds me to keep my eyes peeled on my eggs. 
Assistant-Community-Manager Assistant-Community-Manager 3 years
I love hard boiled eggs - they're a perfect snack!
AtelierBeautyDOTCOM AtelierBeautyDOTCOM 4 years
I have a better, and easier method: Instead of going the extra mile with the ice, after removing the pot of eggs from the stove, run them through running water(room temperature is fine but not hot water). And then leave it for a few minutes before peeling the shell off. The contrast of temperature will detach the shell from the egg, and makes peeling a breeze. http://www.atelierbeauty.com/
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