Old Fashioned Natural Dyed Easter Eggs - A Modern Twist
Add onion skins and mix to get them wet.
Get enough cheese cloth or other material, 1 for each egg, and cut into 4 inch squares. Gather the same amount of rubber bands or string.
Wrap the egg in the wet onion skin.
Secure with rubber bands or string.
Add 12 eggs to the bottom layer.
Add 2 c. water to the container using the 2 cup Easy Read Measuring Cup.
Using the 1 tablespoon measuring spoon, add 4 tablesspoons of vinager to help set the dye.
Secure O ring and put on the lid.
Make sure the arrows are both facing to the back of the Quick Cooker.
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On custom setting turn the dial to 20 minutes.
Unwrap the eggs and place in the carton to cool.
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