It’s fun and looks real pretty.
Apparently this little food hack is famous on that website called TickityTok. I ain’t ever been on there, but I’ve been grating boiled eggs before you juveniles ever came around.
How To Grate Eggs Well, use a cheese grater. Don’t forget to boil the eggs and peel the shells off first, and then clean up your mess. I’m tired of my kids leaving their dirty crap laying around.
How Grandma Boils Her Eggs Everyone thinks they know how to boil eggs, until they go to peel them and lose their damn minds when the shells stick to the egg white.
- Bring your water to a boil in a pot large enough to fit all of your eggs in a single layer.
- Once the water is boiling, slowly add your eggs with a silicone egg basket.
- Set the heat to LOW and simmer for 14 minutes.
- Remove the eggs from the pot and immediately shock them in an ice bath.
- The house is gonna have a special scent when you’re done, but it covers up the smell of your farts pretty good.
You can grate boiled eggs on just about anything you’d like, but it’s marvelous grated over avocado toast and then seasoned to your liking. This granny doesn’t always eat Spam for breakfast.
A fine or regular cheese grater works well depending on the texture you’d like. Mr. Beer Belly over here lost my parmesan grater years ago so I had to go to the Walmart and buy me a new one.
What else can you serve it with? How about over a Cobb salad, in a sandwich, or over roasted veggies. You could also sneak it into your kids’ food for added protein.
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