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Marbled Hardboiled Eggs Recipe

Marbled Hardboiled Eggs is as easy to make as they are pretty on the plate.
These are amazingly beautiful. Makes wonderfully colorful egg dishes.

Pink Marbled Hardboiled Eggs

12 Eggs
Boiling water

Food Coloring

Oven Temp: Boiling
Recipe Cooking Time: 25 -
Egg Pan Type: Large Sauce Pan

Bring a sauce pan of water to a boil.
Once the water is boiling, add the eggs carefully.
Return the water to a boil and turn off the heat. Cover the pan and let eggs set for about 20 minutes.
Pour out the water and carefully crack all the eggs by gently tapping them on the side of the pan, until the shell is covered with small cracks.

Add about 9 drops of food coloring to a pan of hot water. (not boiling)

Can use several cups for differant colors.

Let cracked eggs set in the hot water for about 45 minutes.

Run under luke warm water and eggs shells should slide off eggs easily.

Makes a pretty egg salad also.

Marbled Egg Salad

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