Complete fail. All fails. I make my hard-boiled eggs with this method every time with a good result. Occasionally, one or two will be a little troublesome but most peel very easily for me. If you want to color eggs for Easter would you color them first then ice them because the coloring requires hot water to set.
What is your thoughts for that? I tried following the directions. The eggs cooked well, but peeling was a BEAR! So much egg white stuck to the shell.
I use this method every time I do hard-boiled eggs with great success. Does Not Work! In fact, the egg stuck to the shell worse then ever. Now I just wasted 30 eggs. Even used 2 pots so they would not be crowded.
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Worked like a charm, I left in cold ice water for longer than 15 min cause I forgot. They peeled so nice, and I did peel them all instead of storing them with shell. Love it! I have tried countless methods for hard-boiled eggs: some make a good egg, but peel terribly, others make a green, crumbly yolk, but might peel slightly better than others, but this one definitely fits the bill for all of my checkboxes!
A deliciously beautifully cooked egg and yolk no green ring! Yes, I did use old eggs, that is something everyone must try, but other methods, even with older eggs have still fallen short. Thank you Valerie! Much appreciation!!!
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So… I tried your method and it was an absolute disaster. Personally, I use a splash of either vinegar or pickle juice in the water while they boil and while they sit. Then, I drain them, shake them vigorously in the pan to crack their shells all up then cover with ice water. They peel clean every time! I used to watch chef shows a lot. Get the latest straight from my kitchen to your email inbox. You can choose to receive an email every time a new recipe is published or a weekly summary.
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Cook Time 35 minutes. Total Time 35 minutes. Servings 1 dozen. Print 1 from 1 vote. Ingredients 1 dozen large eggs Water Ice.
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Instructions Place the eggs in a single layer in a large pot. Cover with about 2" of cold water. Place pot over high heat and bring to a boil. Remove from the heat and cover the pot. Let the pot sit, covered, for 15 minutes. Meanwhile, fill a large bowl about halfway with ice water. Transfer the eggs to the ice water, adding more water, if necessary, to be sure they are completely immersed.
Let them sit in the ice water bath for 15 minutes. Eggs will be cool and ready to use immediately, or refrigerate until needed.
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Love my recipes? Wow, great tips! Thank you!! Did exactly as directed and had problems with every egg. Really upsetting. Stay updated! Subscribe by Email Get the latest straight from my kitchen to your email inbox.
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Click to Subscribe. As Featured On. The rest were the easiest peeling eggs that I have ever had. Thank you. About 3mm of white was cooked near the shell while the rest of the egg was completely raw. I popped them back in for another 4 minutes and the remaining eggs came out fine. Any idea as to why this would happen? Does the Instant Pot need a rest period between batches of more than a couple of minutes? Thanks for your great question. My question for you is, did you keep the same hot water in the pot and just remove the eggs to do the second batch? Could that be the case for your underdone batch?
They are really such a delicate food, as they can swing quickly from undercooked to overcooked! I think you may be on to something Holly! You can definitely do 2 dozen at once! So when the eggs are done and you pull them out I am wondering how you do it. It says use a potholder to pull insert out but it is inside the pot which is covered in eggs. You do t use the pot correct?
Thanks for your question! Yes, we use two potholders to pull the stainless steel insert out and take the entire thing to the sink. The video shows exactly how we take it out a little past the 5 minute mark. Then we do an ice bath in the sink, right in the pot. Your email address will not be published. Recipe Rating. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
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Comments This is absolutely the best post I have seen on boiled eggs in the Instant Pot. Great to hear, Rod! Congrats on your success and thanks for the report! Hi Tony, Thanks for your great question. Glad you cooked them longer and got to eat those other eggs anyway! Hi Wendy! Happy cooking! Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Footer Affiliate Disclosure The Cooking Family is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.