Thursday, April 4, 2013

When All Else Fails, Read The Instructions. Then You'll Be Able To Make Delicious Scrambled Eggs Without Breaking The Eggshells...

Sorry, I should have given you more specific instructions on how to scramble and cook these eggs. Silly me.
You may like to sue me.
If you're like me you'll tend to ignore things like instructions till all else fails.
Anyway. After the spinning cycle, hold the egg up to the light to check it's properly scrambled.
If it is you'll see a slight red tinted light.
A normal egg will have a yellow tint.
Be sure the string things are tight on the sleeve or the egg will be out of balance and not be able to spin fast enough for the technique to work properly.
Because the eggs are weakend by the spinning procedure, and so would you be, they may tend to pop or crack if the water comes to a full boil.
To cook properly, place the eggs in cold water and heat until little bubbles appear around the shells. Then turn the heat off and let the eggs sit for 15 minutes. Then place in cold water to cool them quickly and prevent over-cooking.
Any questions?
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