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To make hard-boiled eggs, put eggs in a single layer in a large, cold pan and cover with cold water that reaches 1 inch above the eggs. Bring the water to a boil. Remove the pan from heat, cover and let the eggs sit for ... More »

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To make easy-to-peel hard-boiled eggs, use eggs that are at least a week old, and crack the shells slightly just after they're done cooking. Place the cracked eggs in an ice-water bath for five minutes and the shells sho... More »

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Perfect hard boiled eggs are made by bringing water to boil in a large pot, lowering the eggs into the water and boiling them for around 30 seconds. Then, the heat should be reduced until the water is barely simmering, a... More »

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Placing hard-boiled eggs in cold water for seven or eight minutes is one good way to get the eggs ready to peel. Add salt to the water while boiling eggs to make them easier to peel. More »

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To make easy-to-peel hard-boiled eggs, use eggs that are at least a week old, and crack the shells slightly just after they're done cooking. Place the cracked eggs in an ice-water bath for five minutes and the shells sho... More »

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Martha Stewart and Simply Recipes recommend 12 minutes for perfect hard boiled eggs. Arrange 12 large eggs in a single layer and add cool water measuring about an inch above the eggs. Heat just to boiling, cover and set ... More »

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Hard boiled eggs may be reheated or reboiled as long as they have not sat out for more than 2 hours. The same goes for cooked eggs and food that contains eggs, which should be either reheated or refrigerated within 2 hou... More »

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