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Easy Hard Boiled Egg Recipe ~ Perfect Hardboiled Eggs Every Time

Easy Hard Boiled Egg Recipe: this super easy, fast 1-ingredient dish is just 78 calories and high in protein and iron. Keep on hand for a delish snack.

Easy Hard Boiled Egg Recipe ~ Perfect Hardboiled Eggs Every Time

Making hard boiled eggs is easy, and takes only a few minutes.   Be cautious of eating too many egg yolks (the yellow inner part) because they’re high in cholesterol. Whether or not cholesterol is good for you or bad for you, too much is not good. My doctor told me no more than 3 egg yolks per week. Consult with your own doctor to find out what’s best for you.

Easy/Hard boiled? Sounds like an oxymoron. LOL! But there’s nothing redundant about eggs!  Hard boiled eggs are naturally rich in iron and high in protein. They make a great after-school snack or use in salads, or eat solo for breakfast. You can hard boil a dozen eggs and color them for Easter eggs!  Hide them in your house or lawn and have a fun Easter egg hunt on the cheap.  You can also hard boil eggs, remove the yolk, mix in a few spices and mayo then replace to make deviled eggs. And of course, they make the best Scary Eye Deviled Egg Halloween Treats!

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Perfect Hardboiled Eggs


  • Author: gimmie
  • Cook Time: 10
  • Total Time: 10 minutes

Description

This crazy easy hard boiled egg recipe takes the guesswork out of making hardboiled eggs. Perfect for preparing Easter eggs, deviled eggs or to eat in chef’s salad!


Ingredients

Eggs (1 or 12, whatever you need)


Instructions

  1. Place eggs in a pan, no more than 1-layer deep (eggs should fit on the bottom of pan, not stack up).
  2. Cover eggs with cold water. Add just enough water to barely cover them.
  3. Heater on Medium heat until water comes to a hard, rolling boil.
  4. Remove pan from heat. Cover.
  5. Leave eggs in the hot water for 10 minutes for hard boiled eggs, or 4 minutes for soft boiled eggs.
  6. Remove eggs from hot water with tongs or a slotted spoon. Tap to break shell slightly. Put in colander/strainer and run under cold water to stop the cooking process.

Notes

Perfect for adding to chef’s salad, color them for Easter, or use in deviled egg recipes!