Like with chicken eggs, duck eggs are easier to peal after they have been in the fridge for a few weeks. We have found that the best result is to do the “boiling start” method.

  1. Set out how many eggs you would like to boil to allow them to start to warm up.
  2. Set a pot on the stove around 2/3 full of water (at least enough to cover the eggs).
  3. Turn to Hi and let the water come to a full boil.
  4. Place the eggs in the water and set a timer to 16 minutes (chicken eggs are 12 minutes).
  5. After the time is up, scoop them up and place them in another pot in the sink with cold water running over them.
  6. Allow the eggs to cool in the water, usually about 5 to 10 minutes.
  7. To crack, we like to place a paper towel on a table and firmly hit the egg on the table all the way around.
  8. Peal and enjoy!!

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