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How to Chop Hard-Boiled Eggs Like The Pioneer Woman

You'll Want to Steal The Pioneer Woman's Clever Hack For Chopping Hard-Boiled Eggs

The Pioneer Woman is full of cooking tips, but this one might be her best yet. The Food Network chef shared her favorite trick for chopping up leftover Easter eggs, and we can't believe we've never thought of it before: a cooling rack!

You just place a mixing bowl underneath the rack and gently press the hard-boiled egg into it — you're left with a perfectly symmetrical chop in a matter of seconds. This is WAY better than using a knife, right? Ree Drummond claims you can chop a dozen eggs in less than a minute with this method, so that sounds pretty good to us. Check out the step-by-step photos below, and see how Drummond uses the eggs in her Easter leftovers sandwich.

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