Learn how to boil eggs exactly as you like them! For best results, use room tempered
eggs and room tempered water.
Having a similar temperature before cooking will prevent an egg from cracking. (You can also leave them in the water for a while before cooking to even out the temperature.)
If you want, you can prepare the eggs in advance. Just remember to keep the shell on, and then they can be refrigerated up to one week. Peeled hard boiled eggs should be used right away.
When using really fresh eggs, they might be harder to peel beautifully. When making an egg salad this doesn’t really matter of course, but if you need perfect ones for another dish, then use those that are a bit older- within best before date of course. The membrane gets thicker as the egg get older, and therefore easier to peel.
Well- how about that? Now you know how to boil eggs!
How do you know how old an egg is? Easy!
When you put the eggs in the pot and fill it up with water, look at them and see:
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