found this here http://whatscookingwithkids.com/2011/05/27/forget-hard-boiling-eggs-steamed-eggs-are-easy-to-peel/
Hard Cooked Eggs – Steaming Method
1.5 quarts of water
1 dozen eggs
1 steamer basket, ideally one that nests into the top portion of a pot
1.Put the eggs into the steamer tray.
2.Fill the pot with 1.5 quarts of water (if your steamer tray nests into the top portion of your pot). If you are using a small tray that sits on the bottom of your pan, you may not be able to use enough water to steam the eggs for the desired length of time.
3.Set the steamer into the pot and turn on the heat. Cover the pan.
4.Bring the water to a boil, and then turn down the heat to a simmer for 20 minutes.
5.Allow the eggs to cool enough for you to handle – you can peel them immediately or whenever you are ready to eat them.
6.Store them in the refrigerator.
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