How To Peel a Hard Boiled Egg


The egg is the food which is rich in protein. This egg is one of the foods that we can make into different shapes while a Cook as scrambled, poached or boiled eggs. In addition to cooking with a wide variety of forms we can also Cook eggs into various specific dishes or complement other foods. Well, speaking of hard boiled egg is certainly not unusual anymore for us.

How To Peel a Hard Boiled Egg
How To Peel a Hard Boiled Egg

Although still poached eggs with simple cooking methods and are not equipped with any other seasoning, but this hard-boiled egg, processed egg is one of the many-liked by everyone.

Because when cooking an egg is not peeled beforehand or accompanied with the shell, then when we were about to eat it we will have to take off the skin of the egg first and obviously this is a very difficult thing isn’t it?

Moreover, given the process of removing the skin boiled eggs this takes a long time because we have to gradually open the shell. Discard the skin of a boiled egg perfectly turned out to be not that easy too. Wrong technique, eggs cannot be intact and still stuck to the shell.

Follow these tips so that Your boiled eggs so stay smooth, perfect and intact. The main secret to produce perfect hard boiled eggs intact are actually the time to boil and cool it.

Step 1
Enter your eggs in a single layer in the pan containing cold water. Then cover the pot, but given the holes so that steam can come out.

Step 2
Turn on medium heat and let the water boil slowly. Starting with cold water where temperature rises little by little, the eggs will mature. And the way this is what helps keep the eggs from cracking.

Step 3
Add 1 tbsp vinegar to the water to keep the egg whites remain intact and not to run out when it turns out that the shell is cracked while cooking. You can reduce the vinegar when fear of vinegar will affect the flavor of the egg.

Step 4
When there is no vinegar, you could replace it with 1/2 tsp salt. Salt can prevent the shell cracked egg shells as well as make it easier later shelled.

Step 5
When the eggs are already cooked, reduce heat so that the temperature gradually the eggs stay awake. Let the cold water until at least 10-15 minutes.

Step 6
Insert the eggs into cold water and let stand until the shell is really cool. Or if you’re in a hurry, you can replace the air that is already warm due to the eggs, until the water is really cold.

Step 7
You can add ice cubes to make the eggs easier to peel in cold circumstances.

Step 8
When eggs are peeled, you can store them in a sealed container.

The age of a boiled egg at least still can survive to be consumed when stored for 5 days in the refrigerator. Make sure the eggs are stored in a sealed container so that it is not contaminated by bacteria.

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