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Thread: Peeling Eggs

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingcandy View Post
    I have an egg cooker - it only makes 7 eggs at a time, and you have to puncture each egg before you put it in the little machine but I never have trouble peeling them. My mother would say it is because you are making them for company. Her eggs came out perfect when she made them for the family or putting the eggs in a salad so it didn't matter what they look like. But make them to take somewhere or having company come over - then the little buggers hold on to those shells like crazy.
    Yeah, my mothers eggs for company were perfect too. That's because she would double the amount she needed and then just put out the perfect ones. We ate imperfect eggs for days after.
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    I have chickens so I just age a dozen or so when I want boiled eggs. Put number desired in cold water, bring to a boil. Remove from heat, cover, and time for 20 minutes. Immediately drain and fill pan with cold water, add ice cubes to get really cold water. let sit a few minutes until eggs are cold. Peel immediately or refrigerate until needed. I like a boiled egg in my salad and this is the method I use. I also peel from the round end where the air pocket is. 99% of the time this works. but once in a while you get an egg that just won't peel nicely.
    I have never tried them, but I have seen already boiled, peeled, and packaged eggs in the deli section of my grocery store. Pretty pricey but I guess some people like the convenience of not having to deal with boiling and peeling.

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    This is what I do.
    Quote Originally Posted by LavenderBlue View Post
    Jane is right about using older eggs. I bring the eggs to a boil and turn off the heat, leaving the pot still on the burner. I wait about 30 minutes but they may be done sooner. Drain and cover with cold water and some ice. Works for me!

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