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To Peel Hard Boiled Eggs In Record Time, Steam Them Instead
Hard-boiled eggs are great to keep in the fridge for a quick garnish, snack, or egg salad, but peeling the shells off can be incredibly frustrating. Luckily, you can make "boiled" eggs that peel easily by turning to a different cooking method, and there’s one in particular that perfectly cooks eggs and takes the pain out of peeling them.
Instead of boiling your eggs, start steaming them — all you need is an inexpensive steamer that fits over a pot you already own. When eggs are heated up quickly with hot steam, it "shocks" the eggs and the membrane doesn't have time to get stuck to the egg white, so the shell and often-fussy membrane peel away easily.
To steam your eggs, add an inch of water to a pot, insert the steamer, cover it with a lid, then heat the water until it starts steaming. Uncover the pot and add the eggs to the steamer, cover again, cook for about 6–12 minutes (depending on how you like the yolk), and put them in cold water when time is up so they don’t overcook.