Then there is the matter of my cholesterol. Genetically, I have borderline high cholesterol. The first time I found this out, I was shocked. Are you kidding me? I eat healthier than 99% of the population, and I have borderline high cholesterol?! Thanks a lot, Dad.... That begs the question, should I even be eating hard boiled eggs in the first place? Aren't eggs suppose to be bad for cholesterol challenged individuals like me? I thought they were "incredible"....
Oh well.... I figure everything in moderation, right? ....Except gluten.... and dairy.... and cashews....
Anyway, back to my hard boiled eggs. I used an unconventional method and was shocked at my success. Perfect hard boiled eggs with no cracking or leaky egg whites. I did accidentally drop one, but it ended up working out. How else would I know if the eggs were cooked properly?! Here is the method I used:
Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs
Once the eggs are cool, my little sister and I have BIG plans to dye them for Easter! Yes, I am 27 years old going on 12.
I have really been enjoying experimenting with new uses for eggs. Last week for supper, I placed a Sunny Side Up Egg atop a bowl of steamed vegetables.
Once broken, the egg yolk created a rich, delicious "sauce" that gave the entire dish a luscious, decadent flavor. So simple, yet so fancy!
What is your favorite egg dish?
This post is linked to Gluten Free Wednesdays at the Gluten Free Homemaker.