Hard boiled egg? Steamed please!

What if the perfect hard boiled egg was in fact not boiled at all?

Despite its name, the hard-boiled egg should not be boiled. It should be steamed.

The technique is beneficial for several reasons. Since the eggs are placed in a shallow basket rather than a deep pot of simmering water, they’re less likely to crack. The steam will evenly cook the eggs and won’t ruffle them around like the tenacious bubbles of boiling water.

The whole method is wildly simple. The best part? Steaming the egg takes the same amount of time as boiling, so there’s no reason not to give it a try. Follow the steps below and do enjoy your protein-packed oval snack.

The trick? not boiled, but STEAMED!
The trick? not boiled, but STEAMED!

Now that you’ve learned the trick, let’s put it to good use and make a deliciously simple recipe, shall we?

This time with a Summer twist, here is the best deviled eggs recipe (makes 24):

For the eggs

  • 12 extra large eggs, steamed 
  • tablespoons mayonnaise
  • 3 tablespoons Greek yogurt
  • tablespoon Dijon mustard
Suggested toppings

  • Truffle salt 
  • Smoked pimenton
  • Chopped olives
  • Ras al hanout
  • A dab of tomato paste
  • Pesto
  • Marinated mushrooms
  • Grated Parmesan
  • Sweet pickle relish
  • Preserved lemon

How to make them in 3 simple steps:

  1. Use you new steaming technique
  2. Remove the egg yolks to a bowl and mix with the mayonnaise, yogurt, and mustard. Combine with a fork or in a food processor, if you want them really smooth.
  3. Spoon the filling into a plastic baggie, snip off a corner, and pipe into the egg whites. Be generous! Arrange on a platter and top with truffle salt, your favorite spice mixture, smoked Spanish paprika, chopped olives, or whatever you are feeling like.
Easy deviled steamed eggs's recipe, by Food52
Easy deviled steamed eggs’s recipe, by Food52

How easy is it?

Snug egg moments everyone! 🙂

 

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