Pressure Cooked Eggs.

It’s not secret that I’m a big fan of pressure cookers. I will let out a confession that I have the hardest time boiling eggs though. Very rarely do I achieve a perfectly boiled egg without destroying the white in the process of peeling the shell.

Tonight I perfectly peeled over two dozen eggs. The eggs were cooked in a pressure cooker. Four minutes at low pressure yielded perfect medium boiled eggs. (three minutes gets you liquid center, 5 minutes for hard boiled)

Read more about the technique here.

I will pressure cook all my boiled eggs from now on!

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Deviled Eggs Recipe:

2 Dozen Eggs, Soft cooked in pressure cooker- sliced in half, yolks separated.

150g Kewpie Mayonnaise

10g Siracha

10g salt

 

Mix egg yolks, mayo, siracha, and salt. pipe into egg whites. top with garnishes of your choice. I used sweet fish roe and squid ink pickled purple cauliflower.

2 Responses to “Pressure Cooked Eggs.”

  1. Ed T. says:

    Alvin – great idea! Can’t wait to try it myself, as I love hard-boiled and deviled eggs, but making them right without destroying the whites has always been a pain. Sure glad I met you while blogging MasterChef last season – and glad you stayed in the food biz!

    ~EdT.

  2. Laura says:

    Thanks for the link to my technique, Alvin.

    Ciao,

    L

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