Beautifully painted and decorated Easter eggs are a special and most important detail on our tables these days. That is why it is very important that there are no cracks or some with an unpleasant smell among them. We have researched and tried a few steps for successfully cooking Easter eggs.
Here are some tips for successfully cooking Easter eggs!
1. Don’t buy fresh eggs, but ones that are about a week old
The rule of buying fewer fresh eggs before Easter is well known to experienced housewives. Namely, when they are a few days old, they are easier to cook and clean. If you find only fresh eggs, it is advisable to add half a teaspoon of baking soda to the cooking water.
2. Do not store Easter eggs in the refrigerator
The next important step is yes remove the dyed eggs from the refrigerator at least an hour before cooking. This will significantly reduce the possibility of cracking during the search. However, you should not leave the eggs out of the fridge for a long time so that they do not spoil.
3. Let the eggs in the cooking pot have enough space
Before you start cooking eggs, make sure that they have enough space in the pot you have chosen for cooking. They should by no means collide. If you want to save time, you can cook eggs in several dishes at the same time.
4. Add a little salt or vinegar to the cooking water
One tablespoon of salt or vinegar affects the faster clotting of proteins in egg whitesso possible cracks in the shell will clog faster.
Remove the dyed eggs from the refrigerator at least an hour before cooking.
5. Be careful not to overcook the eggs
When the water with the eggs boils, gradually reduce the temperature on the hob, then turn it off completely and cover the sherpa. Then leave the eggs to cook for another ten minutes in already warm water.
6. Immediately cool the boiled egg
To stop the cooking process, Using a slotted spoon, transfer the eggs to a bowl filled with cold water, or squeeze the hot water out of the cooking pot and replace it with cold water.. You can also add a few ice cubes.
7. Return the chilled eggs to the refrigerator
Until they have cooled completely, it is recommended that the eggs be refrigerated. This will make the egg whites thicker better, so it will be easier for the eggs to peel.
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