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SOURCE: Can you freeze cooked peeled boiled eggs?

Hi Keith, apparently its not recommended as the white becomes tough and watery. But I accidentally froze some a while back when I stored them in the fridge (they got pushed right against the back wall overnight!) after defrosting they didn't quite taste like eggs anymore! so rather than waste them I just used them for curried eggs and they were fine in a sandwich!
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Posted on May 26, 2015

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Correct way to boil an egg at 9000 ft


Your elevation shouldn't be an issue but a pressure cooker could help. Add a tablespoon of club soda to the water.

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How to cook the perfect hardboiled egg


Cooking the perfect hard boiled egg can be surprisingly difficult.
Start by filling a pot with lukewarm water and placing it over a very low heat.
This doesn't need to be the lowest flame setting on your stove top but it should be low.
A good comparison is the flame should be as high as you would have it if you were cooking rice.
Gently place the uncooked eggs into the water.
Pour about a tablespoon of vinegar into the pot. The vinegar will not alter the flavor of your eggs, it will just help the shells peel right off of them when they are ready.
Do not cover the pot.
Keep an eye on the pot for when it boils.
Once the water has come to a rolling boil set your timer for 14 minutes.
Once the timer sounds, remove the eggs with a slotted spoon and place them in a bowl of cool water.
Eggs peel best if they are cold so if you need to peel them right away, do so under a stream of cold water from the faucet. If you can wait, put them in fridge in a closed container so that the sulfur smell doesn't permeate other foods in there. When you're ready to peel them, simply take them out and watch as the shell is removed easily, thanks to the vinegar!

on Oct 07, 2013 | Cooking

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What can I use to help peel hard boiled eggs


First off, don't use very fresh eggs as the fresher they are the more they stick to the shell. Cook for 9 minutes. Drop into cold water, and wait for them to cool. Peel them under a gently running cold water tap.


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Sep 04, 2015 | Cooking

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Can you freeze cooked peeled boiled eggs?


Hi Keith, apparently its not recommended as the white becomes tough and watery. But I accidentally froze some a while back when I stored them in the fridge (they got pushed right against the back wall overnight!) after defrosting they didn't quite taste like eggs anymore! so rather than waste them I just used them for curried eggs and they were fine in a sandwich!
Trust this helps
Regards Alan

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How long can you store hard-boiled eggs in the refrigerator?


about 1 week
Hard-cooked eggs in the shell can be refrigerated up to one (1) week. Peeled hard-boiled eggs can be stored in the refrigerator in a bowl of cold water to cover for about 1 week (change the water daily) - or in a sealed container without water (cover the eggs with damp paper towels) for the same length of time.

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How to peel a boiled egg


While it is still hot/warm, put it in cold water, to separate the shell from the egg membrane. Then tap the egg on a hard surface, to break the shell all around. Then peel the egg ... and EAT !

Mar 15, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Egg poacher tray


Pans, if they are in stock, can be ordered, but they will peel just like the first one. I refuse to pay $5 plus shipping for a faulty product. If the pan is that replaceable, it should be available retail in the stores. I finally just scrubbed what I could of the peeling coating off and (surprise!!!) the pan does not stick any more than it did with the coating. It doesn't look as nice, but save your money - just keep using the pan. I love the toaster, but the company has a great money maker in this faulty item and that dissapoints me that they settle for such mediocrity. At minimum, the company could make the pans more readily available for those who are concerned about the aethetic appearance of the poacher pan or develop a nice looking pan without the apparently useless coating. I use a nonstick spray and the egg comes right out.

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NEED EGG POACHER TRAY


http://www.focuselectrics.com/catalog.cfm?dest=itempg&itemid=4155&secid=53&linkon=category&linkid=98

$5.00 plus shipping or somewhere around $10. How much is a new toaster? I just scrubbed the remaining coating off my replacement pan that also peeled and it works fine. $10 is too much money for something that will peel just like the original. Too bad they won't make them available in stores that sell the toasters and at least save the consumer shipping.

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