How to scramble an egg inside its shell

A not so practical way to scramble your eggs...

  • Scrambled eggs are delicious, but they are way too messy. You need to crack the shells and try not to get runny, sticky egg juice everywhere, you need something to whisk them in, and a pan for them to stick to the bottom of - leaving you with only about two thirds of your eggs. NightHawk has thought of the perfect solution to this problem and has graciously shared it with us via his YouTube video.
  • Maybe you're a normal person though and don't want to swing your eggs around in a shirt whenever you get a craving for scrambled eggs. Fortunately there's another, slightly more realistic, solution!
  • Crack your eggs into a microwave safe bowl, and for each egg you are cooking add half a tablespoon of milk.
  • Whisk your eggs with a fork and then place them into the microwave for 1 minute (the time may vary depending on your microwave).
  • After the minute is up, take your eggs out and whisk them some more. Place them back into the microwave for an additional 30 seconds and keep doing this until they are cooked to your liking.
  • This method may be very practical and saves a lot on mess, but it is nowhere near as cool as NightHawk's method. I would recommend trying it at least once, maybe with a shirt you don't like so much.
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