Naturally dyed eggs is the way to go for Easter time. Aside from just using your normal dyes for Easter eggs, add a unique look by just using onion skins. Onion skins will dye your Easter eggs with a cook natural color, great for eating or for decoration.
Chef Cari from the Food Channel shows how to create beautiful hand-dyed Easter eggs using onion skins and rubber bands. Easter is just a few days away! And it's already springtime. See how to "stain" the egg with the oils from a yellow onion. Then, you dye the egg as you would normally. The result is a classic, gilded look. Try it and let us know how it goes!
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