We’ve shown you similar methods over the years, even one that includes a glass instead of a pot, but I like this one best because it allows for clean-up to be that much easier. All you need to do is grab the same pot that was used to boil the egg, and, voila!
Now, if you have to shell A LOT of eggs, then we recommend trying a similar technique with a much larger pot. It may take them a little bit longer to cool (about 5 extra minutes or so), but it is still much less time-consuming than peeling all of the eggs by hand. You can find the dozen egg peeling hack here.
Though this is technically a ‘one-step technique’, not everybody is born with the culinary finesse of Chef Tahhan. To watch and learn his way of sloughing away that hard shell in one, simple step, be sure to check out the video below! How easy is that?!
What do you think of this egg peeling alternative? Do you practice this yourself? Do you know of any faster ways to remove the shells from hard boiled eggs? Tell us all about your thoughts and experiences in the comments section below!