I’ve been eating A TON of eggs lately. Although I prefer a runny yolk, my favorite lunch right now is a spinach salad with hard-boiled eggs.
Believe it or not, I used to HATE hard-boiled eggs.
When I was growing up, it was a family tradition that we would always go to Jason’s Deli on Sundays for lunch. My dad would always get the salad bar and I remember how grossed out I was by the yolk. I would eat the white with no problem, but there was something about the yolk that just plain scared me.
These days, hard-boiled eggs are one of my favorite ways to have a portable source of protein.
I normally make a huge batch on Sunday night to enjoy throughout the week for snacks, lunch, and even dinner if I’m in a time crunch. They keep well in the refrigerator and can be eaten in a variety of ways.
Plus, eggs are nature’s perfect protein. And they’re delicious.
The Foolproof Way To Hard-Boiled Eggs (Easy To Peel)
- Put eggs in a pan and cover with water about 1″ above the eggs.
- Bring to a boil on high.
- When starts to boil, cover and remove from heat and let stand for 15 minutes.
- Drain and cover the eggs with cold water and let set for 10 minutes (no cover on pan).
- Put in bowl in refrigerator to cool.
- The cold water at the end is what makes them easy to peel.
Now that Easter right around the corner, it’s essential for everyone to know how to make a great hard-boiled egg right?
Do you like hard-boild eggs?
Please say yes. I love them with a little salt and pepper!