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Hard Boiled Eggs
To perfectly hard-boil an egg, all you need is four things: a saucepan, an egg, some water, and nine minutes. Perfect every time!
Gently place your egg, or eggs, into a small saucepot.
Fill the saucepot with enough cold water to cover the eggs by about an inch or so.
Place your saucepot of eggs and water on your stove and bring the pot to a boil over high heat.
Make sure to have a timer set for nine minutes ready to go!
As soon as the water hits a rolling boil, start your nine-minute timer.
When the timer goes off, carefully move your eggs to a bowl with a spoon or tongs and cover with ice and water for an ice bath.
Let the eggs cool completely for ten minutes or so before you start to peel them.
Once the eggs are cold, gently tap the egg on all sides to crack the shell and begin to peel away the eggshell.