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Finally! It took me like 3 minutes to peel 14 eggs!
The unicorn exists!!! Just did this and peeled 10 eggs easily and perfectly. Thanks so much for sharing this! Big impact on our Sunday routine!
This was life changing for next! Never have I ever been able to peel an egg without massacring it. Never have I made deviled eggs because I cannot peel the egg! They came out perfectly!!
Perfect!!!!!!! Love it. Thank you.
To say this is “life saving” is probably a bit dramatic; however, after trying the 4 minute method last week I can assure you this will now be a regular addition to our diet as it worked perfectly! I just used this method again today and I can tell you it is very forgiving as I got involved in a deep conversation and left the pressure to release naturally–for 49 MINUTES–oops! I ate one egg warm and the texture was fine. Will see how they are after being chilled. Next time will set a reminder alarm.
My frustration with peeling eggs is gone. Takes no time to peel them and they turned out perfect!
Thank you for sharing! They turned out perfectly.
So easy and perfectly cooked eggs. I didn’t really believe the shells would be so much easier to remove, but they were! Amazing!
OMG…how did I not know about this before. I’ve been using an egg cooker for the past few years and I thought THAT was great but after trying the pressure cooker method down here, I am over the top about it! The eggs come out perfect! Thank you so much for sharing!!!
I’ve been doing my own instant pot research on this and can confirm the eggs should be cold going in. Otherwise they stick to the shells.
Tried this and it’s right on the money. Saves me lots of time. Thank you.
5-5-5 method was perfect. Easy peel and yoke was fully cooked.
Perfect! Was doubtful as I’m still getting the hang of my instapot. Boy was I wrong!
Amazing! Thank you! :)
This is real! My eggs were fine, but difficult to peel. The 5-5-5 system produced perfect eggs in my Instant Pot, and they peeled with ease. Wow! Old dog learned awesome trick! Thanks!
I did the 4 minutes and then released the pressure and let them sit for approx 5 (or a little more) ran them under cold water. Absolutely perfect for us. I would say they’re in between the 2 ways. And so easy to peel thank you so much!!! This was the first thing I cooked in my Power Cooker 9 n 1
Did this in my instant pot. Unreal how easy these peel and done to perfection!
First time and I am 65, I have had eggs to peel this easily. They were not overcooked. They were perfect. I tried doing one egg in my electric pressure cooker at a time to find out the perfect time and it ended up being 13 min from start to finish. I ran them under cold water and they peeled nicely. Now I can cook eggs for many dishes that I have been avoiding for a long time. Thank you
I have small silkie chicken eggs, so I adjusted the time to 3 minutes under high pressure, 5 minutes under natural pressure release, then put them in ice water for 10 minutes. They peel very nicely for fresh eggs (when I used to boil them, they always got destroyed when i tried to peel them) and they cook just the right amount each time. I dip them in my balsamic vinaigrette dressing and they taste delicious!