You’ll never believe this, but this recipe is so easy it’s downright silly.
The first time I tried this I was not ready to believe not only how easy it was to follow but how easy the eggs are to peel after they are done cooling.
Recently I was chatting with a friend about hard boiled eggs and the peeling process, how it’s always been a challenge, until now. I asked her, my website designer who gets advance copies of all my recipes, if she had tried this one with her friend who owns an instant pot. The friend loves Loves LOVES hard boiled eggs and her instant pot. To me, the two went together naturally. Ha, apparently, my website designer had this site on her mind, not cooking! Eventually she tried it and, lo and behold, it was a success.
The toughest thing about this recipe is remembering to set the timer for either 10 minutes when it first comes to pressure, or 5 minutes after the first 5 minutes of cook time.
These eggs come out looking like a pro made them. They’re terrific for deviled eggs for that party you’re headed to.
Check out my deviled eggs recipe here.