I think I've mentioned before that I am terrible - truly terrible! at peeling hard boiled eggs.
No matter what method I try I always gouge half the white off with the shell. I can't help it; it's a gift.
Before we got our instant pot I'd read that making hardboiled eggs in it was not only easy, but they were super easy to peel too.
It's a true damn miracle guys.
And it's also true that hardboiling the eggs in the IP is super easy as well.
Pour 1 cup of water into the bottom of the IP. Place the steam rack in the pot, and lay on as many eggs as you'd like.
Put the lid on and set the pressure cook setting for 5 minutes.
When it beeps, let it sit for 5 more minutes, then vent to release the pressure.
Remove the eggs to an ice bath and let cool.
Not only is it fast and foolproof, but THE EGGS POP RIGHT OUT OF THE SHELLS.
It's a beautiful thing.
We've been making a batch every couple of weeks and I sometimes make a couple of deviled eggs for breakfast - and this weekend I've been eyeing this muffuletta deviled eggs recipe.