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hacksThere are many ways to peel hard boiled eggs, but the most common way is the old-fashioned method of placing them in a pot of cold water and bringing it to a boil.

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Easy Peel Hard Boiled Eggs

Peeling eggs is probably one of the most-hated kitchen chores. I tried lots of tricks and hacks to get easy peel eggs before I got an Instant Pot, and sometimes they worked, sometimes they definitely did not. There was never consistency.

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5-5-5 Hard Boiled Eggs Method

Ever since learning of the 5-5-5 method of hard boiling eggs, it’s been a no-fail method, even with the super fresh eggs from our chickens. Very fresh eggs are notoriously hard to peel. I have found that to be very true, with the exception of the method shown here.

The 5-5-5 Instant Pot method is simple to do, and easy to remember.

  • Simply set the Instant Pot for 5 minutes
  • Let it NPR for 5 minutes (natural pressure release)
  • Then an ice bath to stop the cooking for 5 minutes.

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Although I will admit that I often get sidetracked and wind up following a 5-5-20ish or more method more times than not.

Easy Peel Hard Boiled Eggs

Pinch & Pull Hard Boiled Egg Peeling

I’m planning a video soon to help with the visual of actually peeling the eggs, because that will definitely help to illustrate the method I use for the actual peeling process. I call it the “pinch and pull” because of the pinching to break the inner membrane beneath the shell, and the pulling to take the shell away from the eggs while keeping the entire shell intact.

It’s a very satisfying process, especially when the whole shell comes off in one piece.

Easy Peel Hard Boiled Eggs

To describe the process (currently sans photos or videos):

  1. Have a bowl of water next to your eggs. Keep your hands wet, it makes the process so much easier.
  2. Take an egg and crack it on the side of your sink, rolling the egg on all sides to crack the entire shell.
  3. Holding the egg in both hands, with your left fingers cupping the left side and right fingers cupping the right side, gently pinch with your thumbs and forefingers along the center of the shell, trying to break that inner membrane.
  4. Once the membrane is broken, pull the left side to the left and right side to the right, letting the egg slide out of the shell.
  5. Give the freshly peeled egg a dip in the water to rinse of any possible tiny bits of shell.
Easy Peel Hard Boiled Eggs

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Ta-dah! You’ve perfectly peeled your eggs. And it was easy too. Looking for some ideas to eat those freshly peeled hard-boiled eggs?

Our favorite is to simply dip them in some Everything Bagel Seasoning and chomp away. The burst of flavor with the perfectly cooked eggs is the best quick-and-easy breakfast.

Air frying them and making deviled eggs out of them is another favorite. Or make a simple egg salad.

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