Easter is probably one of the greatest dates of the year when talking about tasty food. Cakes, pastels, eggs, and chocolates are among the most common crafts to enjoy over the table during those days.
When the time comes, many people start to think about getting or even preparing those for a good holiday, having a wonderful time eating deliciously.
Dyeing eggs is one of the most typical things of Easter holidays, to decorate that day's table, to eat, of course, and to hide to play games with family as well. Check out how to prepare them and use them in a safe way for decorating in Easter.
How to boil and dye eggs
First of all, it's very important to take into account that eggs should be handled carefully as they are perishable food. Washing hands regularly in the process of boiling eggs is essential as well.
To begin with, you should boil eggs. For that, you will need to put them in a saucepan, throw cold water to it covering the eggs, then take the pan to a boil, turn off the heat and let the eggs sit inside the hot water between 10 and 15 minutes, and right after that put them under cold water to finish the cooking.
Once the hard cooked eggs are cool, dry and refrigerate. Then you can finally decorate them. If you plan to use some for games and others for eating, it's recommendable to use each set of eggs only for those purposes. The ones who are hidden for playing shouldn't be eaten, and instead, you can consume the hard cooked eggs that were kept apart for that.