Heart Shaped Boiled Egg Recipe

Heart Shaped Boiled Egg
Nutrition Information
  • Serves: 4
  • Calories: 78
  • Fat: 5.3 g
  • Protein: 6.3 g
Recipe type: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
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Boiled eggs are traditionally served with seasoning after they are cut into fine slices. However, this is the modern age and people have started thinking out of the box. Heart-shaped boiled eggs are another way of adding more to the presentation style of your meal.
  • - Boiled eggs – peeled
  • - Milk carton or any juice carton - cut open, washed well and dried
  1. Arrange the equipment accordingly in order to perform the activity smoothy.
  2. Boil the eggs.
  3. Take a carton, cut it with the help of sharp scissor and gently fold it in half lengthwise (end-to-end).
  4. Place a long round chopstick right in the center of a warm, soft and boiled egg.
  5. Pick two rubber bands and put them on both sides of the chopstick and the carton.
  6. Gently dig the attached chopstick into the warm boiled egg and set it aside for about 8 to10 minutes.
  7. Remove the rubbed bands from both ends of the chopsticks and take the chopstick off with great care.
  8. Check the egg out from all angles in order to find out that either it’s perfectly heart shaped or not.
  9. Take a sharp knife and cut the egg in half.
  10. Arrange the gorgeous heart shaped boiled eggs in a large serving platter and serve warm. Enjoy!


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    Bacon and eggs is a classic breakfast around the world; hence, eating them with heart-shaped boiled eggs is only going to add to the presentation style.


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