They can be hand painted or plunged into cups of colored vinegar and water. Presently you have all these colored and decorated eggs, what do you do with them? That will depend on where you live. In the United States, children are visited by the Easter rabbit. In our house he would shroud the Easter eggs that we had colored, alongside leaving a basket filled with candy and different treats for every child. The Easter egg chase is an eagerly awaited event and celebrated in homes across the nation and a yearly event at the White House yard in Washington, D.C. In northern England, “egg tapping” is a mainstream game around Easter time. Boiled and colored, Easter eggs or “pace eggs” are passed out to players, who at that point fold their egg into another player’s egg. The player with the last whole egg is the victor.
To make immaculate Easter eggs you must start with the ideal boiled egg.
- Have eggs at room temperature before cooking to prevent breaking. Ensure eggs are totally secured with cold water.
- Spread the eggs with totally with cold water.
- Heat to the point of boiling.
- Spread and expel skillet from heat. Let stand for 25 minutes.
- Expel eggs from water and let cool totally before decorating.