If you buy more than 5 pcs of Easter Eggs, you will get a set for dying eggs at home.
The red, yellow, green and blue colors are present in the bag.
Process: Add the entire contents of a single color into the container with 0.9 pt. (1/2 liter), or less for deeper color, of hot water (ca. 160 F/70 C) and add 3 tablespoons of vinegar to it and mix it thoroughly. Let the hard boiled eggs cool down and just after that dip them into the color.
Intensity of the coloring also depends on the time of dying, which can be from 5 to 10 minutes. Stir up the mixture from time to time. Then take out the eggs from the solution, let them dry out on the non-absorbent tray (plate), and after some time remove the drop from the bottom part of the egg using the absorbent material and let the egg dry out on a dry tray. The colors can be mutually combined to create various shades by mixing the specific bags using the different ratios, learn. To improve the glaze and stability of the color, lightly smear the egg with food grease. The food colors are safe to your health.
The eggs colored this way can last up to one week. If you keep them in refrigerator you can eat eggs without worry during that time.
Save This Page