How to Peel a Hard Boiled Egg?

We looked at how to hard boil an Egg and once the egg is boiled it becomes a tedious job to peel the egg without making an art on the egg white. Not any more, we will look at a simple process to negate the painstaking work of removing the shell from the hard boiled egg. This process will guarantee lesser time, say about three seconds every time.
Check the steps below and its a sure way to better your egg peeling skills

Once the hard boiled egg is prepared, you need to let it cool. Soaking in ice water is a good way to speed up this process

Crack the shell at each end by firmly tapping the egg onto a hard surface such as a counter. Do one end, and then the other.

There is an air bubble in the wide end of the egg; you want to crush this.

Place the side of the egg on a counter and roll forward for one revolution with your palm firmly down on the top of the egg.

Submerge the egg in a bowl of warm water and slip the entire shell off in less than a second.

Peel the egg effectively from now on. Until next post.


Jennifer on August 21, 2008 at 2:02 AM said...

Thanks! I'm going to try that next time : )

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