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??? How to hard boil an egg

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  • bitslammerbitslammer Posts: 818
    I do a 2 min boil followed by a 10 min rest then the ice bath, and I always stir my eggs while boiling so the yolk is set in the center of the egg. This is really helpful when making deviled eggs. It gives you nice sturdy whites to use.

    Here's my "Dragon's Eggs"

    I use Chipotle Tabasco or similar sauce with finely diced Jalapenos or Serranos in the yolk mixture. These eggs it back but you don't feel it coming until it's too late. :evil:

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  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    Nice looking eggs and I bet they are great tasting.
    I use miracle whip, salt, pepper, Tabasco, horse radish, vinegar, Mrs. Dogs disappearing mustard, finely chopped green onion and a piece of sliced black olive on to. Oh, don't want to forget the paprika on top.

    Yum

    Cheers,
    Bordello
    Boiling egg now
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  • johannjohann Posts: 111
    I could eat the whole plate!

    Here we use liberal TJ's wasabi mayo, and then maybe cayenne or paprika depending on who's showing up for the red topping.
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