In a small stainless steel saucepan, fill 750 ml of cold water - without vinegar - and stir in the powder dye mixture.
Take your raw, cleaned eggs and carefully place 5-7 of them in the saucepan with your mixed water coloring. Make sure that the water level of your dye mix completely covers the eggs - standing about 1 cm above them.
TIP: if using farm fresh eggs, it is better if they are used 3-5 days after their laying date.
Next, bring the water to a boil. While heating, gently stir the powder paint in the water until the paint is distributed. The green color creates foam, which is distributed by stirring in the water.
When the water boils, cook the eggs for another 7-10 minutes. Rinse the eggs with fresh cold water after dyeing to cool down the eggs to stop them from overcooking and to wash away any excess dye.
One color packet is intended to fully dye 5-7 eggs, but you can reuse this heated mix immediately agan to color another batch of raw eggs resulting with a less intense color coat.
The natural colors react differently to each egg, so that different color nuances are created. The color "ripens" as it cools down. The color will be more intense on brown eggs than on white eggs.
NOTE: Any discolouration in enameled pots or sinks will fade if you wash them immediately several times with a commercially available dishwashing detergent.
Ingredients: natural/identical to natural food pigments: curcumin, chlorophyllin, natural carmine (cochineal extract) and salt.
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