How to Cook Easter Eggs on a Big Green Egg

How to Cook Easter Eggs on a Big Green Egg

Imagining springtime almost immediately brings images to mind of bunnies, baby chicks, daffodils, and of course Easter eggs. Spring is a time to celebrate the newness of life, and one of our favorite springtime holidays is Easter! Easter is such a special time to spend with family and friends, and no holiday is complete without an amazing meal. One of the most popular dishes for Easter is no doubt eggs. Not only are they a traditional appetizer for Easter Sunday, they also have a huge starring role in one of the most anticipated events of the year – the Easter Egg Hunt! 

Wondering how you can prepare a large number of eggs for dyeing, hiding, and eating this year? Traditionally, you may have used your kitchen stovetop and a large pot of boiling water. But what better way to add some surprising flavor than to cook your Easter eggs on a Big Green Egg. Besides being able to prepare all of your favorite springtime Easter dishes, you can cook Easter eggs on a Big Green Egg grill, too.

Want to know just how easy it is to cook Easter eggs on a Big Green Egg? Here at Manhattan Pool-Energy Center, we’ll show you just how easy it is! Don’t own a Big Green Egg? You’ll enjoy a user-friendly design to prepare all the mouth-watering, flavorful foods you can think of! Now, let’s help the Easter Bunny out by showing you how to cook  the best Easter eggs on a Big Green Egg he’s ever had the pleasure of hiding. 

How to Cook Easter Eggs on a Big Green Egg

Before you put your eggs on a Big Green Egg to finish cooking, you will want to soft boil them first. Place the eggs in boiling water with a slotted spoon for 3 ½ to 4 minutes. Set the temperature on your Big Green Egg to 200 degrees. After you have soft boiled your eggs, you will want to set up your Big Green Egg for indirect cooking by using a place setter. Smoke the eggs at 200 degrees for 45 minutes. Once the eggs have cooled, you will be able to decorate them however you wish. Besides the fun of hiding them, your Easter eggs will have a delicious smoked flavor as well.

Bonus Bacon, Egg, and Cheese Recipe

Looking for something different this year to replace your traditional egg dishes? Try this amazing bacon, egg, and cheese recipe from the Big Green Egg!

Set your convEGGtor for indirect cooking at 200 degrees and place 6 boiled and peeled eggs on your grill grate. Smoke for 15 to 20 minutes, rotating halfway through, and then place them on a plate to cool.

Slice the ends off of each egg (about 1/8″) to allow them to stand upright on your serving plate. Next, slice your eggs crosswise and carefully separate the yolk. In a mixing bowl, combine the yolk, 3 Tbsps. mayonnaise, 1 Tbsp. cheddar cheese, 1 tsp stone ground mustard, and salt and pepper as needed.

Pipe the egg filling back into your smoked egg whites, and top with bacon and chives for a delectable addition to your Easter menu.

Come see us today at Manhattan Pool Energy Center, and let us set you with your own Big Green Egg today. Come Find Your Gathering Place. 

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