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Chef David Bishop teaches how to easily cook a hard boiled egg.
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Cooking a Hard Boiled Egg
From the Chef to You presents “The perfect hard boiled egg”
Hi, this is Chef David Bishop, thank you for watching from the Chef to You. Today, we’re going to teach you how to make a perfect hard boiled egg. Let’s look at what we have here. I got a small sauce pot. We got four raw eggs, about two cups of cold water, half teaspoon of salt, that’s all the ingredients. We’re going to put this on a stove top for 20 minutes, set on to medium high heat, and set the timer. We’re back in 20 minutes.
Remove eggs from stove.
Run cold water over eggs for one minute.
Chill with ice if desired
Okay, so we have our egg. You see there’s a little bit ice here, the eggs are getting cold. I’m going to crack this on the side, and we’re going to start peeling. Little bit more to get underneath the shell over here, it helps peel off over the shell; it just came off really easy.
Look at that. Set it right here just try it one more just to make sure they’re not that just lucky the first time. Dip in that water. You want the other peels right off of there. Isn’t that beautiful? All right there you go, we reach right here into the drawer and get a knife, we’re going to cut right in the middle. Are you ready? One, two, three look at that perfect yellow.
And that was too hard was it? Now you too can make a perfect hard boiled egg. Give it a try, this is Chef David Bishop cooking and teaching, until next time, you have a blessed day.