Easter egg dyeing

Ingredients

  • Egg dye
  • Eggs
  • 6 glass of warm water
  • 6 tbsp vinegar

 How to do

  • If you have them in the fridge, remove them out from the night before. In order not to break easily, you can put them in water with salt.
  • Eggs have to be cooked in water for approximately 15 minutes to become hard boiled
  • In a bowl put the warm water, vinegar, dye and stir them well.
  • Place the boiled eggs in one layer in a basin and leave them for 5 minutes in the dye.
  • Remove them from the basin and let them dry thoroughly.
  • At the same dose,  put the remaining eggs.
  • Brush the eggs with a little oil to have bright color. If you have a special polish, put it in a cotton ball and brush with it the eggs.
Tips:
  • Do not put a lot of eggs into the pot at the same time, because they will be hit and break. To avoid the bunching between them into the pot, put a small layer at a time and also, you can put on the bottom a small cloth that will absorb swish, during the boiling.
  • Particular attention is needed during boiling. If you do not lower the fire you will have several losses,  therefore make sure at least to reduce the temperature. The best trick, however, is that when the water begins to boil, turn off the heat and to leave the covered pot on it for 15 to 20 minutes. This will give you perfect hard boiled eggs, without the egg yolk becoming green.