Hard Boiled Scrambled Egg





Introduction: Hard Boiled Scrambled Egg


Step 1: Tools

Copper wire. 24 gauge and about 6 inches
Ice pick - to poke a whole in the shell

Step 2: Wire the Drill

About 6 inches of 24 gauge copper wire.
Inserted into a cordess drill.
Make sure to put a curve on the wire.

Step 3:

Carefully poke a hole in the egg using Ice pick. ( use a large spoon to tap the handle of the pick - so as not to crack the egg shell )
And insert the wire ALL the way in.
Drill on High about 30 - 45 seconds, pulling the drill in and out only about an inch and then back in.
It easy to crack the hole - so use a steady hand.

Step 4: Hard Boil

Use what ever method you use to hard boil.
I put the egg in very hot water, bring to boil for 3 minutes and then remove from heat and let sit till water is cool.
I use almost boiling water as to seal the hole in the shell as fast as possible.
But any way you want will work

Step 5: Done!

Add some salt and say YUMMY



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    Much better way to do this.

    You know, you could just shake the egg...

    If that actually works I'd like to know ... I think it impossible to "blend" the yolk and the egg white, even IF the yolk actually would break inside the shell ...

    I've done this before. it does "blend".

    dont feel bad iv tried blending its so ahrd to do

     Just tried it.
    Love it.
    Wonderful and simple idea!
    Keep it up!

     This is such a good idea but I'm thinking that once you pierced the yolk you actually could then shake the egg to mix, holding your finger over the small hole of course.

    Hmmmmm. Interesting. I'm thinking poke a hole, drain a little out, and add some Tobasco with a flavor injector.

    Hell, poke the hole WITH a flavor injector...

    AND I get a "kitchen drill". This is full of coolness.

    Trying to figure out the best way to seal it so that the yolk doesn't come out