There are lots of methods for making hardboiled eggs, but I’ve always found good luck with this one. Some readers on Facebook asked for tips on peeling the eggs once they’re cooked, and here were some of the most common replies:
- Don’t use eggs you just purchased. Keep them for a few days before you boil them. As the egg gets older, the white shrinks a bit and makes it easier to peel.
- Add salt to the cooking water.
- Soak in ice water after they’re done.
What are your tried and true methods for easily peeling hard boiled eggs? Let us know in the comments below!