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Silk Tie (Dyed) Easter Eggs In The Instant Pot

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Silk Tie (Dyed) Easter Eggs
 
Easter is my favorite holidays.   One of the many reasons I love Easter so much is because of all the sweet traditions.  Every family has their own traditions.  You can include as many or as little as you like.  There are definitely no set rules except for filling your heart full of love and embrace the day with your loved ones.  Oopsie, that is my rule.  
 
As a child, some of my favorite traditions included Easter egg hunts, pictures with the Easter bunny, dying Easter eggs, hosting an Easter brunch with family, and many more.  
 
The emphasis is on sweet traditions and lots of family time.  Naturally making Easter one of my absolute favorites.  
 
Silk Tie (Dyed) Easter Eggs In The Instant Pot are right up my alley.  I have a bit of hippie blood running through my veins so bring on the tie-dye! 
 
Gather some pure silk ties for this project.  If you have to purchase some, shop your local thrift soft for 100% pure silk ties, the uglier/bolder the pattern the better.  If you can raid your hubbies closet, grab the oldest and boldest ones.  They will make the prettiest eggs.  
 
 Supplies List
 Supply list and coloring instructions 

Ugly silk ties, the busier and more colorful the pattern an the better your eggs will look. 

Old thin white or light grey t-shirt, that you don’t mind destroying 

Rubber bands or twist ties 

 

 Carefully cut the stitching out of your ties and cut into pieces large enough to completely cover the egg 

Wrap your eggs with the full-color patterned side of the tie or the front of your tie touching the egg. 

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Wrap tight but be gentle, you don’t want to break the eggs secure with rubber band or twist tie 

Place the old cloth over the tie to protect the colors from bleeding onto your eggs secure with rubber band or twist tie 

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Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs
Yield: 6 6

Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Delicious hard boiled eggs in your instant pot

Ingredients

  • 6 large eggs
  • ½ cup of vinegar

Instructions

  1. Put all pre wrapped eggs right in your instant pot.
  2. Cover eggs with water
  3. Add ½ cup of vinegar
  4. Place on and lock lid
  5. Use Manual high pressure for 5 minutes
  6. When you hear the beep, let your pot natural release for 5 minutes
  7. Once all pressure has released, QR the remaining pressure
  8. While waiting on remaining pressure make an ice bath
  9. Remove lid once all pressure has been released, and immediately submerge in an ice bath for 5 minutes
  10. Carefully unwrap eggs

Nutrition Information:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 81Saturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 163mgSodium: 67mgCarbohydrates: 3gSugar: 3gProtein: 5g

 

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Natasha

Thursday 11th of March 2021

Also can you reuse the ties to make more? Or will they only be good for one egg? Thank you

Natasha

Thursday 11th of March 2021

Are these safe to eat because of the dyes? Also does the dye penetrative the shell and colour the egg inside too?