How to Cook Hard-Boiled Eggs In the Oven

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Boiling eggs sometimes seem like the hardest thing to do in the kitchen. There are times when you get hard-boiled eggs just the way you like them, and times when they are not as good. With this simple tip you don’t need to boil water or set a timer.


This is literally the easiest cooking tip you’ll ever get. Forget about getting a pot, boiling water and watching the clock all the time. It is a much simpler approach that will save you time and nerves – all you’ll need is eggs and the oven.

There are actually two ways to make hard-boiled eggs in the oven. The first one includes a muffin tin, while the other one an oven rack lined with baking paper.

Start by deciding which method is easier for you. With the muffin tin, you need to place the eggs inside spaces. With the rack, you should first cover it with a baking paper, then carefully place the eggs on it. Turn the oven on 325 up to 350 F degrees and bake the eggs for half an hour. When the time is up you can take them out and put them in cold water.