Holiday Party Favorite Deviled Eggs-Start with a perfectly boiled egg

Its always fun to see a platter of Deviled Eggs at a Party Buffet – you can quickly grab one and in one good sized bite, have a good shot of protien before you approach the Fully Hosted Bar…
But it all begins with the Egg – Perfectly Boiled- heres how to do that:
How To: Hard Boil An Egg Step 1

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1Place eggs in a pot filled with cold waterSet eggs in a single layer in a saucepan. Water should cover eggs by one to two inches.
How To: Hard Boil An Egg Step 2

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2Boil the waterBring the water to a full, rolling boil, and cover the saucepan. Turn off the stove, remove the pot from the burner, and let  it stand, covered, for 12 minutes (set the timer).
How To: Hard Boil An Egg Step 3

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3Submerge the eggs in cold waterDrain the pot, and transfer the eggs to a bowl of cold water, to stop the cooking process.
How To: Hard Boil An Egg Step 4

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4Crack and peel the eggsTap each egg a few times to crack its shell, then roll it on a work surface to break the shell completely. Start peeling,  dunking the egg into the bowl of water as you go to wash away any bits of shell.
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