Monday, April 8, 2013
HARD COOKED EGGS
This is a better method than boiling eggs.
Place eggs on their sides in a mini-muffin pan; use the mini-muffin pan to prevent the eggs rolling over.
Bake at 325 for 30 minutes. Remove the eggs from the muffin pans with tongs and place in an ice bath immediately.
This is by far the best way to fix hard-cooked eggs. You can do 1 egg or 24 eggs; time and temperature are the same. When I do a large amount of eggs I fill the sink with ice water and place them right in the sink. By using the muffin pans, the yolks stay in the center and can easily be cut lengthwise, which makes an attractive deviled egg. The eggs are very easy to peel; no sticking.