Electric Pressure Cooking Basics: Hard-Boiled Eggs

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If you’re new to Electric Pressure Cooking, then Chef Alli’s Pressure Cooking Basics is a great place to start. In this recipe: 6-Minute “Hard-boiled” Eggs. Making your “hard boiled” eggs in an Electric Pressure Cooker, like an Instant Pot or any brand, is a snap! #instantpot #electricpressurecooking #basicrecipes

Electric Pressure Cooker “Hard-Boiled” Eggs

Electric Pressure Cooker Hard-Boiled Eggs

Ingredients:

1 dozen eggs (as many as 2 dozen will fit in a standard 6 qt. electric pressure cooker!)
1 cup water

Directions:

Place trivet into bottom of Electric Pressure Cooker pot, then add 1 cup water and all of your eggs. (that’s right!) Lock pressure cooker lid into place and choose high setting for 6 minutes. When timer goes off, immediately remove eggs from pot and place into a bowl of ice water. After 30 seconds or so, use your fingers to gently remove the shells from the eggs, while submerged in the ice water in the bowl – they should simply fly off those eggs!

Let’s Get You (Pressure) Cookin’,
Chef Alli

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