Monday, May 28, 2007

How to Boil Eggs

Randomness will always prevail (in as much as my blog posts go).

I have the secret to great boiled eggs. You probably do too. But in case you don't, I would like to share this secret. My family and I were blessed when I was given this information by a dear friend. No more green, rubbery centers for our boiled eggs. I think this is definite Titus 2 knowledge.

Put eggs in pot and cover with water. Add a little salt to help keep shells from cracking. Bring to boil. When water boils, turn off burner and cover with lid. Set timer for 20 minutes. When timers goes off, remove eggs from heat and rinse with cold water. Voila! As near as perfect boiled egg as you can get.

Now I shall go and make egg salad sandwiches for all (all of my family that is).


Laura said...

Egg salad sandwiches, yum!!

This is a great tip, I will try it next time I boil eggs.

Rebecca said...

Actually, I did not know all that. Like how to keep the shells from cracking. I agree with Laura, egg salad sandwiches are yum; they are very popular here and economical, too!

Alex::Home Life Weekly said...

Really good tip, just add a tip of vinegar to stop you egg from cracking when boiling.