There is something perfect in its simplicity, the hard-boiled egg. This can be eaten at any time, my son Jason, an avid hockey player, usually eats them to increase his protein intake. Which, means for breakfast and as a mid-afternoon snack, or a snack right before a hockey game.
Here is a hack that I learned a long time ago, with the arrival of my Instant Pot and a curious imagination.
This is also a great time saver because you can whip up deviled eggs in no time. Especially, since you just walk away after you set the time and temperature, what could be a more perfect solution?
- There is no green ring around the yolk, the york is by itself. (This actually means that the egg has been overcooked)
- Older eggs are actually easier to peel. (Usually just a week or two old, not months)
- If your eggs are hard to peel, just place them into a bowl of cold water, as the water goes into the shell, which makes it easier to peel.
Kitchen Items Used: (Note: Affiliate links are included in this post)
Instant Pot, Pressure Cooker, 6 Quart
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Instant Pot-The Easiest Hard Boiled Eggs To Make
What can be easier than making hard-boiled eggs in the Instant Pot. In just five minutes, you have a healthy and delicious KETO and protein rich snack.
- Prep Time: 5
- Cook Time: 15
- Total Time: 20
- Yield: 6 eggs 1x
- Category: Appetizer
- Method: Instant Pot
- Cuisine: American
- 2 cups water
- 6 eggs
- Pour the water into the Instant Pot.
- Then place the eggs in.
- Place your cover on the Instant Pot, making sure that the vent is in the sealed position.
- Set the manual high pressure for 5 minutes.
- Do a quick release, and immediately place the eggs into a ice-cold bath, to stop the cooking process.
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