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I cover my eggs with cold water, set burner to high and boil for exactly 23 minutes. Take off heat, drain water, fill pan with cold water and add ice to cover. Eggs come out perfect every time. I also drain water, put lid back on and shake the pan. The shells crack and so, so easy to peel.
I let the eggs boil VERY GENTLY for five minutes, then remove them from the burner and let them sit in the hot water for twenty minutes. They don’t always cook completely the Almanac way.
I have been using that method of removing from heat after boil.. it works great!! And best ever way to peel ! So easy!
Tap egg on counter and put a very slight crack in the shell, put in pot, cover with water, bring to a boil, simmer for 12-15 minutes. Pour out water, add one or two trays of ice cubes & add water to cover. Peel eggs when cooled off. Works for me every time even with fresh eggs, water seeps into crack & makes it peel clean every time.
Air fry 6 large eggs @ 250 for 16 min. Allow to stand for 10 min. in air fryer. Remove and cool on your counter for another 10. Refrigerate. These peel easily most of the time.
I boil my eggs in the instapot with enough water to sink the eggs and pressure cook for 4 minutes. Remove and run cold water on them so you can peel them easily.
bring a pot of water to boil add eggs set timer for 13 minutes remove and run under cold water add ice to cool make sure water covers eggs by at least an inch do not cook on hard boil
I have now started to steam my eggs. In a shallow pan with a rack and lid. Keep the water below the rack and put a lid on it at all times or so and let it come to a boil, then put my eggs in and steam them for 8-10 minutes, that get them to soft to med boiled. They seem "fluffier" and creamer. Give it a try !!
I bring the water to a boil than place the eggs in, cook 15 minutes and than drain the hot water. Add cold water and ice until they have cooled than you will have a egg that the egg shell will just slide off with ease