Lee's "Perfect" Hard Boiled Eggs. Tips for how to boil eggs so they come out perfectly every time. The best way to store hard boiled eggs is in a covered container in the refrigerator. Eggs can release odors in the fridge which is why it helps to keep them covered.
Some suggest removing the saucepan with the eggs from the heat once. This recipe does actually produce "Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs"! My husband loves hard boiled eggs and quite frankly so do I and nothing is more frustrating than something so simple turning out improper or down right ugly when doing deviled eggs or wanting something pretty to garnish a nice salad. You can cook Lee's "Perfect" Hard Boiled Eggs using 3 ingredients and 2 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Lee's "Perfect" Hard Boiled Eggs
- It’s of Water.
- It’s of Eggs.
- It’s 2 Tablespoons of Kosher Salt.
Unfortunately, a green yolk means you've overcooked your eggs. One of my eggs cracked while boiling. Every once in a while an egg cracks while boiling and may leak some of the interior white and even yolk. Who doesn't want perfect hard-boiled eggs and the ability to peel them easily?
Lee's "Perfect" Hard Boiled Eggs step by step
- Place however many eggs you desire in a stockpot. Cover eggs by 2 inches with cool tap water. Bring to a rolling boil on your stovetop. Once you have a rolling boil, take stockpot off the heat source. Cover with a lid and let rest for 10 minutes. Then place eggs in a ice bath. Wait for around 1 hour to fully chill. Peel and enjoy!!.
- All the salt really does, is repair an egg if it cracks while boiling. It works kinda like a sealant..
Learn what you need to know, and how to do it right, every time. Have you ever cut open a hard-boiled egg and encountered a green halo around the outside of the yolk? Or smelled a funky, sulfury odor? Looking for how long to boil eggs? After some trial and error, Alex and I come up with a perfect hard boiled eggs method that works every time.