Posted 4/17/2014 7:15:00 PM
Easter and Passover are both very 'hard-boiled-egg-centric' holidays. Between the decorated Easter eggs and the Seder eggs, you probably have an abundance of eggs in the house. So here's a quick way to turn them into a yummy meal.
** Very important ** If you are using decorated Easter eggs, some important safety guidelines:
- If you plan to eat dyed eggs, use food-grade dyes — egg-coloring kits, as well as liquid, gel, and paste colors for cake decorating, are safe choices.
- Don't color eggs that crack during cooking (they're safe to eat if immediately refrigerated, but otherwise are easy targets for bacteria).
- Whether you hide eggs for an Easter hunt or use them as a centerpiece, if they have been out at room temperature for more than two hours, discard them.
What You'll Need:
If your eggs are already boiled, you're good to go. If you're ...