An easier way to get "hard-boiled" eggs.COUNTRYSIDE: Just a short letter to share a wonderful solution. Whenever I hard boiled my freshly laid brown eggs I could not get the peel off without peeling part of the egg with it. I learned that as fresh eggs get older the air space between the shell and the rest of the egg gets larger. Fresh eggs do not have as much air space so they are harder to peel. Well, one day when I really wanted hard boiled eggs Noun 1. boiled egg - egg cooked briefly in the shell in gently boiling water
dish - a particular item of prepared food; "she prepared a special dish for dinner" for a potato salad, I poached poach 1
tr.v. poached, poach·ing, poach·es
To cook in a boiling or simmering liquid: Poach the fish in wine. them! It was wonderful. No peeling of a hot egg, let alone peeling a fresh egg.
For those who are not familiar with poaching poaching: see cooking. , you can just boil an inch or two of water in a frying pan and then crack your egg into the water. Cover with a lid until your yolk yolk (yok) the stored nutrient of an oocyte or ovum.
The portion of the egg of an animal that consists of protein and fat from which the early embryo gets its main nourishment and of is hard (about five to 10 minutes). Remove from water. Voila!