In order to make perfect hard boiled eggs,
you do not need to let them aged a couple of weeks pre your boiling.
Some people say it makes them easier to peel.
[laugh]Ha ha ha ha.
Give me a break.
Would you dare to
make these beautiful deviled Eggs of mimosa
using old ones?
If you have purchased pasture-raised
or organic free-range eggs today
does not mean that they have just been laid.
The date of the packaging will tell you what you need to know.
So, be aware of it.
但是 要知道的是 大多数鸡蛋在你买之前就已经放了至少一星期了
But you know, most of them are already a week old at least.
So no need to get them aged for two more weeks
before making your hard boiled eggs.
If you have some forgotten eggs
that have passed a week after the expiration date,
I would use them for baking rather
or throw them at your boss if you don’t like him.
[Laugh] Let’s get started.
First, pour one quart of cold water into a medium saucepan.
Add your eggs.
And cover with at least two inches of cold water.
Add two tablespoon of white vinegar
and one tablespoon of salt.
The salt, by the way reduces the size of the boiling bubbles,
preventing eggs from bouncing around.
And the white vinegar softens the egg shell.
Bring to boil on high heat, then cover.
Turn off the heat and let cook for 12 minutes for medium size eggs
or 14 minutes for extra large.
Since eggs, by the way,
coagulate at 185 degrees Fahrenheit,
85 degrees Celsius.
There is no need for boiling.
Thank you, you will lower your bill.
Transfer eggs in ice water
and let them cool for 20 minutes.
To peel your eggs,
crack them gently all over their surface,
Starting at the fat end
ang gently rotating and tapping all around.
Guys, I’ve done it.
I have cooked
both two weeks old eggs and three days old.
There is no difference between the two
except that the youngest eggs
have a well-centered yolks
and taste better.
To peel an egg, crack it gently all over their surface.
Starting at the fat end,
then gently rotating and tapping all around
and rinse them in the same ice water.
No need to peel them under a running water.
You will lower your bill, again.
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has met your expectations.
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