How To Boil Eggs – Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs | Hilah Cooking

Learn the easiest way to completely make tough boiled eggs with this video Boiled eggs make a terrific quick treat and can be utilized to make egg salad, deviled eggs, or my breakfast meatloaf dish! New cooking videos every Thursday! Sign up for be notified when I release a new video!
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39 Comments

  1. Thanks so much! I never really cook so I wasn’t sure on how to boil an egg as sad as that is lol. So I did it for the first time tonight and they turned out perfect!
    I did take y eggs right out of the fridge but placed them in the pot of room temp (approx) water and let it sit there for about 7-10 minutes then turned the stove on.

  2. Tip: If you want to check to see if the egg has been cooked, rather than cracking them open to see, spin the egg. If the egg spins perfectly, it is done, but if the egg wobbles, the egg isn’t done yet.

  3. Thanks for confirming the perfect hard boiled egg thing for me. I always was confused about the length of cooking time and weather or not to cover them. Also the upside down thing was new to me too. The ice water has always made them easier to peel for me. I did not know to leave them sit for ten mins. I’m always in a hurry to salt and eat one or two.
    And, if I’m not mistaken, I think I fell in love.

  4. Tip: Roll the eggs to remove the shell after they have been in ice water

  5. Just watched this and made my eggs exactly how you said and they are perfect!! Thank you!! I am always failing at getting my eggs right!! But not anymore….lol. 😀

  6. Thank you so much! I finally found one way to make hard boiled eggs that works every time. Thank you!!

  7. I’m 21 and I until now I had no idea how to cook hard boiled eggs. Imagine that 😛
    Thanks!

    1. Don’t feel bad I’m 29, been married once and about to get married again in few weeks, but I still don’t know how to cook boiled eggs

  8. Thank you very much for this tip. I followed your instructions (only forgot to shake in the pot), however they came out perfect. If only I could share a picture of them 🙂

  9. I’ve used this video to cook eggs twice, they came out perfect both times!

    1. your eggs are very brave! I’m glad you’re very accepting of your gay eggs

  10. Thank you so much for this video. I tried it out and the shells came off with ease and the yokes didn’t have any of that nasty green stuff on them. Thumbs up from me! 🙂

  11. Thank you for the first time, I boiled hard boiled egg that are so easy to peel and perfectly cooked! My eggs were perfect.

  12. 1. Water in a pan, leave it to boil
    2. Add salt
    3. Add egg
    4. 8 minutes the salt speeds up the process

    1. salt actually slows down the heating process of water. try cooking pasta with salt in one pan and cooking pasta without salt in another

    2. @zHaku Salt just makes the water boil at a higher temperature. You want it to in some cases, such as boiling pasta. Eggs, not so much.

  13. I’ve used this method every time I make hard boiled eggs since watching. Perfectly fool proof!

  14. Thank you! I appreciate this so much. I’m petsitting and I’ve been giving the dogs raw chicken eggs from the chickens my clients have. I haven’t even been cleaning the eggs. It’s gross. I think we are all getting salmonella. I don’t cook that much but I really appreciate this video. I’m going to do this tomorrow after I collect the eggs tonight.

  15. Thank you for this video! My eggs always turned out under or over done. With your tips, I hit the sweet spot! My husband even complimented how perfect they were! I also liked all the other info you provided… will definitely come in handy when I make deviled eggs. Thank you!!!

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