Have you ever been stuck with a whole bunch of hard boiled eggs to peel? Hoping you got every little piece of shell taken off, so it doesn't get in your teeth or your guests? Well that craziness is over! I found the best way so you can get it done and finally get rid of all th ...more
Hard Boiled Egg
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Chrischee explains to us why the first take went wrong. Then he goes on to give us detailed instructions on how to prep the hard boiled egg in order to be able to blow the shell off. Make sure to pay close attention as he cracks a hole at the top and bottom of the egg. Kids wi ...more
Celebrity natural foods chef, Bethenny Frankel, shows you how to make a hard boiled egg. Sounds easy, but can also be easy to screw up. Follow along with this cooking how-to video as she demonstrates how to cook and idiot proof hard boiled egg.
So, you want to decrease your hard-boiled egg peeling time because you don't want the time- consuming task to cut into your limited lunch break. Or maybe you've somehow been burdened with the task of cooking a lot of homemade deviled eggs for a big family gathering. How do you ...more
Learn how to make a hard boiled egg with this quick easy-to-follow video. Get ready for the Easter Bunny, or just want to eat a little healthier, than this video's for you. Video: .
Learn how to suck a hard boiled egg into a bottle using air pressure.
Make a beautiful heart-shaped hard-boiled egg. Add it to a salad and surprise your Valentine! You'll need an egg, saucepan and cooker, drink carton, pair of scissors, chopstick, and elastic bands. Full instructions are shown in this short and simple video tutorial. Video: .
Can you suck an egg into a bottle? Let's find out. For this quick science experiment, you will need an egg, a bottle, and matches. Simply drop a match in the bottle and place the hard-boiled egg on top and watch it get sucked in. Video: .
How do you know when a boiled egg is done? By the time you crack it open to check, it's too late! And peeling an egg can sometimes be a tricky business, too. Fortunately, this video by a professional chef is here to explain an easy solution to both kitchen quandries! Cook and ...more
Peeling never got anybody anywhere when it comes to hard-boiled eggs. The little chunks of shells always stick to the white surface of the egg, and they're really hard to get off without rinsing in water. But, there's a ninja trick that mixed martial artist Miguel Torres has f ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to peel a hard boiled egg. Before you do this, when you boil your eggs, make sure to boil them with a little bit of white vinegar to make them easier to peel. To start, lay your cooled eggs on a hard surface. After this, gently crack the egg on t ...more
If you're a coke fiend, then you may not want to watch this, because you may become faced with a perilous decision— "Should I stop drinking soda?" This experiment shows what happens to a hard-boiled egg after soaking in Coca-Cola for one year. To do this science project, you' ...more
Take an egg, and boil it for some time. Then take the boiled egg into your hand, then hit the smaller edge of egg to a hard object and remove some peel and take the larger side and do same procedure and remove peel. Then blow with your mouth heavily into the smaller side so th ...more
Keema (aka kheema or qeema) is traditionally a flavorful minced meat (beef or lamb) dish said to have originated in Persia but extremely popular in the Indian sub-continent. Watch this how-to video and try this great variation to the classic recipe using hard boiled eggs - a p ...more
This video tutorial is in the Food category where you will learn how to determine if an egg is hard boiled. This is really simple and very easy to learn and do. And it takes no time at all to find out a hard boiled egg from a raw egg. All that you got to do is take a hard boil ...more
We keep at least half a dozen hard-boiled eggs in the fridge for times when we're on the go and need a quick snack. Often, we eat them sliced in half with a pinch of sea salt and black pepper, or we just make some deviled eggs or a quick egg salad—but these gets old very quick ...more
The man in the video shows us how to peel an egg open in 5 seconds by slamming the egg down on the counter (not to hard but at a sufficient speed) and rolling it for a bit then peeling it off with ease. As shown with the comments on the video's page, this task is not as simple ...more
Hard-boiled (also known as hard-cooked) eggs are notoriously easy to mess up. We've all ended up with tough, rubbery egg whites and overcooked yolks that have that unappetizing gray-green ring around the edge. An ideal hard-cooked egg has a firm yet tender white, while the yol ...more
Talk about stepping on eggshells. The process of boiling an egg and achieving your desired consistency is a very delicate process, though super easy with a little practice. When it comes to boiling, or simmering, an egg, the time you keep the egg in the water is key to how it ...more
Making hard-boiled eggs is a simple process, but if you mess them up it is a catastrophe. This video recipe demonstrates how to prepare perfect hard-boiled eggs at home every time, giving you an easy snack that you can keep in your refrigerator and eat any time when you feel l ...more
This may look like a regular, innocent egg… What you are about to see is eggs-actly what makes this tutorial so special! Peel back the seemingly untouched shell to reveal a secret message on the surface of the hard-boiled egg. Wonder how?The vinegar dissolves the calcium car ...more
This video shows you how to boil different type of eggs, from soft eggs to hard boiled eggs. The first thing you have to do is put water in a pot and turn on the gas range. When the water starts boiling, add one or more eggs. Let the water boiling for 4 minutes if you want sof ...more
Jason Bill teaches us how to cook and peel hard boiled eggs. The music for this video plays in both ears, however the audio for Jim's voice only plays in the right ear. He first teaches us that soft boiled or raw eggs do not spin well. Hard boiled eggs instead spin and eventua ...more
This video explains the best way to remove the shells from hard boiled eggs. He boils the eggs until half the water has evaporated. While the eggs are still hot, he runs each one under cold water. While he's holding the egg under the stream of water, he raps each one with a wo ...more
The first step is to place eggs in a bowl. Second, add about one inch of cold water to cover eggs. Third, turn the heat to high and put them into rapid bowl then turnoff heat and let sit for 12-16 minutes Finally, pick up the bowl gently and remove from hot water and place ...more
Eggs are one of the most versatile foods imaginable. They can be cooked in tons of different ways, eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and go with just about anything. Most of us have hard-boiled and scrambled eggs before, but have you ever thought about combining the two? ...more
It’s true, you can hard-boil an egg in the oven. Perfect for Easter, you can get all your eggs ready for coloring. No need to preheat the oven and you can take care of as many eggs as easily fit all at once. If you need to make a large quantity of eggs, baking them in the ove ...more
Hate the time consuming task of peeling hard-boiled eggs? Well never again will you have to suffer through this process again. After rinsing, just return the egg to the pot, shake and that shell will practically fall off. Is peeling an egg a 20-minute task? After boiling, rin ...more
The following video will demonstrate a simple process by which hard-boiled eggs can be scrambled prior to cooking, creating a deliciously blended center once finished. Video: . This video was inspired by another article posted to this site some days ago, which can be seen righ ...more
We can do many different dishes with eggs. One popular and easy dish to do is boiled eggs. First, you take as many eggs as you wish. Then, take a bowl and pour some water into it. Put the eggs into it. Heat them up until you hear the boiling sound. Take them off the heater and ...more
Baking soda and blowing. Use the baking soda bath to loosen up the hard boiled egg from the shell. It's the secret to instantly peeling an egg without your fingers.
This video goes through the steps needed to cook a hard boiled egg. Firstly, you will need to boil some water in a saucepan. You can then add the egg and boil for exactly 7 minutes; this will give you a slightly soft egg. Then, drain the water off and toss the egg around in th ...more
One of the basic recipes - the hard boiled egg. If you are making a dish such as egg salad or deviled eggs, you will want to make sure that your eggs are well boiled before starting. Here's how you can tell when your egg is done.
Learn how to cook easy to peel hard boiled eggs. Hard boil an egg the right way. Click through to watch this video on howcast.com
Have trouble peeling those hard boiled eggs? This video will show you how to put a crack in the egg and blow the whole shell off. Audio is rough so pay attention.
An egg is probably the easiest food to prepare, but hard boiling the egg perfectly is not so easy. This video will show you how.
This video teaches the viewer how to hard boil eggs. Insert the eggs into a pot of water at room temperature. The water should come two inches above the egg. With the pot on the stove, turn your heat setting to simmer. They can boil for 2 to 3 minutes for soft boiled eggs and ...more
First step is to place eggs in Foodpod. Small note: use older eggs, it's better than fresher eggs for hard-boiling. Second step add cold water to cover eggs one inch. Third step is turn heat to high and bring to a rapid bowl. Then turn off heat and let sit for 16 minutes. F ...more
Cooking eggs is one of the simplest and most basic kitchen skills you can possess. But what works for one egg may not work for another. In fact, different types of eggs sometimes require different preparation methods. Check out this video to learn how to prepare cute, tiny qu ...more
Hungry for some hard boil eggs? Did you know you could use wet paper towels to cook them? Find out how to steam your eggs with wet paper towels to cook them in under five minutes.
The egg is an incredible compact, nutrition, protein and fat all in one prepackaged unit. This video will show you how to boil an egg using a strainer basket in your boiling water to heat steam your eggs as an alternative to regular boiling. 1. Place the eggs gently in an emp ...more
Tony D'Angelo demonstrates his method of making hard boiled eggs. He starts with room temperature eggs to avoid cracking the shells, adds water to cover them, and adds a little salt and vinegar to prevent the eggs from cracking. Once the water boils, he takes the pot off the h ...more
Learn three scientific methods for distinguishing between a raw egg and a hard boiled egg.
An egg tamago is an egg that is specially cooked to get a hard white and a soft yolk. Watch this how to learn how to make your own perfect looking and yummy Japanese style egg tamago at home. Japanese egg tamagos go well with noodles and soups.
You can easily tell if an egg is raw or hard boiled without breaking the shell, as long as you know a little science. This experiment uses physics to show how if you spin an egg you can tell if it's insides are viscous or solid! Thanks Happy Scientist Robert Krampf for this gr ...more
Coax the hard boiled eggs out of their shells. Delicious deviled eggs are but one of the preparations that you can apply your freshly peeled eggs to. Peel hard cooked eggs with ice water. Click through to watch this video on chow.com
Wash your hands. Wash your cooking utensils. Wear an apron and keep all sharp objects out of the way so you do not cut yourself. You need a sauce pan half filled with water. And then you pop the eggs in and using a wooden spoon so you do not burn yourself. While you wait for t ...more
Watch this video demonstration on making a soft-boiled egg. This is incredibly easy and involves a most difficult task of boiling water. You will need a slotted spoon and patience. Make a soft boiled egg. Click through to watch this video on epicurious.com
In order to prepare a soft boiled egg, you will need the following: a bowl of icy water, eggs, white vinegar, salt, and a pot. Place of pot of water on the stove. Bring the water to a boil. Add salt and vinegar to the water. Carefully place the eggs into boiling water. Allow ...more
Cooking instructions at John's Cuisines, the all-time Filipino favorite dishes are now unveiled to the whole world. This discusses the custom of eating fetus or partially developed duck eggs. It is an exotic cuisine of the Phillipines. Hosted by John-Eric Taburada. A Filipin ...more
Frying eggs is easy, right? Only not. While throwing a few eggs on a pan and adding oil is not the hardest thing you'll accomplish in your life, there are certainly many ways you could mess this process up and also many varieties of pan frying to experiment with. If you want ...more
If you thought you'd found everything in Halo Reach at this point, bet you never found an uber secret Master Chief statue. Yep! That's right! There is a secret Master Chief statue in Lone Wolf. In this video you will learn how to find this hidden statue and pride yourself on f ...more
Why, for the love of God, do people keep inventing ridiculous devices that make the simplest things more complicated in the name of convenience? This may be a rhetorical question that will forever go unanswered—because these crazy gadgets just keep rolling out, one after the o ...more
Learn the science behind what makes the hard-boiled egg get sucked into the milk bottle.
Okay, so you've read our guide on how to make the perfect poached egg. Maybe you've also read our tutorials on making great hard-boiled eggs and even scrambled hard-boiled eggs. Now comes the question: what's next? Well, it's time to look at what accompanies the egg. You can' ...more
Easter may have come and gone, but my love of hard-boiled eggs sure hasn't. Yet as much as I love hard-boiled eggs, I hate making them; I have to work in small batches to have consistent results, and they're always a little overdone, crumbly, and sometimes even green. Enter t ...more
Eggs are a staple food for most Americans, which is no surprise, considering how necessary they are in savory and sweet recipes alike. On their own, they're usually not too eggs-citing. However, these clever egg hacks will make your egg-making easier, more fun, and more intere ...more
Need a simple dish to prepare for Thanksgiving that's not time consuming but will still make a big, flavorful impact at your dinner table? Then deviled eggs are the perfect recipe for you. Check out this video to learn how to prepare simple deviled eggs with regular or Dijon ...more
Hard-boiled eggs are such an amazing snack, but there's nothing quite so frustrating as trying to get all the shell off without damaging the egg underneath. I've ended up with many a sadly pitted and pockmarked egg that somehow doesn't taste quite as good as when it emerges al ...more