Tuesday, 20 March 2012 16:19

Jellied Eggs: Great Recipe for Easter Featured

When we were younger, my brother and I used to enjoy these awesome jellied eggs carefully prepared by our mother. So today I would like to share these sweet child memories with you.

Your family will definitely like these cuties on the Easter table. By the way, feel free to experiment with stuffing. You can easily change it according to your own taste preferences. Ok, so here are the simple steps to follow:    

  1. 7 eggs
  2. 3.5 oz chicken fillet
  3. peas
  4. corn
  5. sweet red pepper
  6. 2 tablespoons gelatin
  7. greens (fennel, parsley, etc.)


1) Boil the fillet in salty water until it is ready (app. 20 min after the water starts boiling). You will need 1 cup of broth where the fillet was cooking.

2) Dissolve gelatin in 1 cup of boiled cold  water and leave it for some time.

3) Thoroughly wash the eggs using soda salt. Then make a hole at the blunt end, it shall be 0.8-1” in diameter. Pour the whites and yolks into a plate. You won't need them, you need the egg shells only.

4) Dissolve the cooking soda in water and soak the shells there. Then rinse them well under tap water.

5) Cut the chicken fillet into cubes. (By the way, you can use ham instead of fillet).

6) Cut the sweet red pepper into cubes.

7) Dissolve gelatin in a cup of hot broth.

8) Put the shells into the egg container, so it will be easier to fill them with stuffing. First put the greens and pepper on the shell bottom.

 9) Then add meat, peas and corn.

10) Pour the broth with gelatin into the egg shells. Refrigerate overnight, then peel the shell and enjoy!



  • Comment Link Francesca Monday, 04 February 2013 14:12 posted by Francesca

    This is a great idea!! I wonder if kids would like it?

  • Comment Link zzzzzzz Friday, 25 January 2013 05:15 posted by zzzzzzz

    to AnnaMae: that was an ugly comment.

  • Comment Link Mai Ferguson Wednesday, 12 December 2012 12:11 posted by Mai Ferguson


  • Comment Link ginger cook Sunday, 09 December 2012 02:47 posted by ginger cook

    Really? What sort of broth is that clear?

  • Comment Link AnnaMae Wednesday, 05 December 2012 03:19 posted by AnnaMae

    To hell with rainbow eggs! Get into the featured egg or leave! Thanks for the recipe!

  • Comment Link kity-cri Sunday, 04 November 2012 11:27 posted by kity-cri

    Waooooooo!....And this brilliant idea. I love it! Your blog and fantastic! http://sisterspetreideas.blogspot.ro/

  • Comment Link mona Monday, 01 October 2012 17:36 posted by mona

    http://choosetothrive.blogspot.co.uk/2011/04/rainbow-easter-eggs.html Rainbow egg instructions

  • Comment Link Kristy Friday, 24 August 2012 15:18 posted by Kristy

    I'm guessing the rainbow ones are just like the rainbow cupcakes. Make a colored jello fill the eggs the first level, let them gel up. make the second color let it cool before pouring in the next level. This could probably take days.

  • Comment Link Serena Wednesday, 22 August 2012 18:43 posted by Serena

    Here's kinda how to make the real rainbow eggs, though i thought this was much more interesting for how to make, I'll definitely use this come Easter time http://pinterest.com/pin/226517056228035690/

  • Comment Link Casper Tuesday, 07 August 2012 13:18 posted by Casper

    Appreciate your sharing this recipe, however, the instructions are not very clear for the individuals that do not cook much and they are correct, this is not the same recipe that was shown on the picture. I would also like the rainbow egg recipe (JELLIED) please. Thank you.

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