To peel hard-boiled eggs without making a mess of the egg white or getting the shell stuck under your nails, you must first learn how to make perfect hard-boiled eggs. If you’ve ever gotten an eggshell chip under your fingernails, you know what I’m talking about. We’ve all been there. Isn’t there a more efficient method out there?
1. The Rolling Method
Gently tap the egg on a flat surface and roll it back and forth. Then shell will loosen up and you can start peeling!
2. The Shaling Method
Put your egg in a glass or container with half an inch of water. Shake shake! Them start peeling when the sell loosens up.
3. The Cold-Water Method
After boiling, submerge your eggs into a container with cold water for an hour. Take it out and start peeling. This makes it easier to peel off the egg shell.
4. The In-Water Method
Place the boiled eggs in a large bowl of water with ice cubes. Crack and start peeling them while the eggs are submerged in the water. The water helps separate the egg from the shell.
5. The Spoon Method
Tap the bottom of the egg on a flat hard surface, use the spoon to slip it in between the shell and the egg, rotate and remove the skin off.
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