Are your hard boiled eggs liquidy or greenish-grey on the inside?
Hank Da Tank will show you how to boil the perfect egg,
then how to spin and check for their perfection.
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Hank Da Tank here for Bachelor’s Pantry to help you decide and know when exactly a hard boiled egg is ready to go. Eggs uncooked, watch this; see how they don’t really go anywhere, they don’t spin they wibble-wobble all over the place? Well, I’m going to show you what they look like when they’re cooked and you’ll always know when it’s ready to eat. Alright so we’re here, we want to put the eggs in the boiling water, I like to put in a little spoon here just so it doesn’t crack, you’re going to use one of these or come on over here, grab a slated spoon set it on in there nice and slow. And let this come up come to a boil, once the eggs are in there, now we’re going to turn it down to low and let sit for another ten minutes and should be ready to go. Alright here we go, so be careful when transporting this and it gets you in the restaurant, you always say hot and luckily no one’s around so we’re alright. Now what I’m going to do is move it right to ice water just to stop the cooking and it’s also going to help you when you’re going to de-shell this because what happens is the eggs starts to shrink and it actually pulls the meat of the egg off of the shell. However you crack it just come dried off, now we have battled the eggs, cooked or not cooked. Now it’s very simple, when you see them side buy side to tell the difference. We have a cooked egg here and non-cooked egg here. Let’s watch the spin of the non-cooked egg, see how that stopped? Now watch this one, see that? Just it spins right away, this one, not so spinny; this one, spinny. When it’s ready to go, it’ll spin my tank, now you have the chance to have a perfect day every time.