"Easter Eggs: Easter Egg Designs, Tips for Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs and Egg Recipes" Free eCookbook
Do you know how to make the perfect hard boiled eggs or how to naturally dye Easter eggs? Get egg-stra prepared for Easter with our new free eCookbook, Easter Eggs: Easter Egg Designs, Tips for Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs and Egg Recipes.
The editors at RecipeLion.com and FaveCrafts.com have come together to create a 14-page collection of recipes and crafts that are all about the egg. The eCookbook offers tips on how to cook hard boiled eggs (p. 10), as well as recipes that will put those eggs to good use once Easter is over, including a classic deviled egg recipe (p. 12) and a recipe for Polish Easter Egg Soup (p. 13). And you can't forget about the crafts, because what's Easter without some good Easter egg dye ideas? For anyone looking for alternative ways to color Easter eggs, you can learn about natural ways to dye Easter eggs (p. 5) and follow our Natural Dye Easter Egg Tutorial (p. 6) for instructions on how to use beets, green tea and red onions to color Easter eggs.
Whether you want to learn some new egg recipes or you are looking to perfect the art of cooking hard boiled eggs, you'll find plenty of interesting ideas amongst the eleven Easter craft and food projects in Easter Eggs: Easter Egg Designs, Tips for Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs and Egg Recipes.
Egg-cellent recipes and craft ideas featured in this eCookbook:
Classic Deviled Eggs - This deliciously simple deviled egg recipe is perfect to make for a party or eat as a snack. Either way, you can use up your leftover Easter eggs when you make these Classic Deviled Eggs, one of the best deviled egg recipes out there.
How to Boil Perfect Eggs - There are two schools of thought for cooking hard boiled eggs: Either you put the eggs in the pot and then boil them, or you boil water first and then put the eggs in. Both methods are highlighted in this handy tutorial on how to make hard boiled eggs.
Natural Dye Easter Egg Tutorial - If you're looking for creative Easter egg dye ideas, you can use onions, beets and even green tea to color Easter eggs. Our Natural Dye Easter Egg Tutorial provides tips and tricks for this fun, alternative egg dyeing method.
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