Boiled egg refers to an egg that has been boiled, but remains in the shell. The inside result hardly resembles a raw or fried egg anymore, which is a testament to the ever–adaptable egg. In the United States, it’s popular to make boil eggs and paint them for decoration purposes during the Easter holiday.
Boiled egg tastes good and works well in salads and some sandwiches. Its shape and color is appealing. Boiled egg also hosts a bizarre contrast in texture between the egg white and the egg yolk that eludes description.
Boiled Egg became an official snack on May 25th 2012.