I seasoned eggs just like the eggs sold at convenience stores from my recipe, boiled eggs (Recipe ID: 401044). The photo shows my attempt to convey the fact that the eggs are salted in this picture; if you have a better idea, let me know!)
(You should have some crystalized salt left over in the bowl when you mix it with water)
Dissolve the salt in water and chill in the refrigerator until ice cold.
Take the hot boiled eggs from Easy to peel boiled eggs (Recipe ID: 401044) and immerse them in the salt water from Step 1.
Let them sit in the refrigerator overnight.
They'll be easy to peel and seasoned by morning!!
Story Behind this Recipe
The boiled eggs sold at convenience stores are really tasty...but I think they're over-priced. You can enjoy them for way less if you just know the trick.
Immerse the boiled eggs in the salt water while they are still hot. (Be careful not to burn yourself!!) Depending on what kind of salt you use, the amount of salt will vary. In general, you want some undissolved salt crystals still left in the water.