How to Cook Green Eggs
If you love the book Green Eggs and Ham you might want to try cooking green eggs.
You can create two different kinds of green eggs—a full egg with a green shell or a green egg yoke. There are a few different reasons why you might want to create a green egg. The first may be because it is around Easter time and you want colored eggs. Or, maybe you and your child just read Dr. Seuss’s “Green Eggs and Ham” and you want to make your own green eggs.
Hard boil your egg if you are looking to color the actual shell. Do this by boiling a pot of water and gently place the eggs into the water. After about ten minutes remove the eggs. You know they are one if you can spin the eggs on their side and they hold form. An egg that hasn’t finished being cooked on the inside has a yoke bouncing in all corners of the shell and won’t hold a straight spin.
Place a few drops of green food coloring into a cup of water. The more coloring you put in the darker the green is going to be.
Dip the egg into the food coloring. Allow it to sit in the coloring for a few minutes. Remove the egg and the shell is going to be complete green.
Crack a raw egg open and pour the yoke into a bowl. If you want multiple eggs pour them all in. Scramble the eggs up with a fork.
Add in a few drops of food coloring into the eggs and mix the eggs up some more. Mix thoroughly until the eggs are completely green. Coke the eggs just as you would without the green food coloring. It is completely safe to eat.