Hard Boiled Scrambled Egg

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Introduction: Hard Boiled Scrambled Egg

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Step 1: Tools

Drill.
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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    20 Discussions

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    EggHead101
    EggHead101

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    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 ...

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    R.A.T.M
    R.A.T.M

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    dont feel bad iv tried blending its so ahrd to do

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    Ninzerbean
    Ninzerbean

    10 years ago on Introduction

     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.

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    AZsid
    AZsid

    10 years ago on Introduction

    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.

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    hyenad
    hyenad

    10 years ago on Introduction

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

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    EggHead101
    EggHead101

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Not much comes out, and it takes just a teenie hole.
    But it is easy to make the hole larger whilst drilling.
    Takes practice!
    If you find a way...let me know.

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    jianqiang
    jianqiang

    10 years ago on Introduction

     Seems like a lot of work, don't they sell these things as seen on tv? Cool nonetheless. What is the consistency like?

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    EggHead101
    EggHead101

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    The consistancy is like the white part of a boiled egg ... almost.
    It can be sliced, placed on a ritz cracker, add cheese and salsa - delish!
    Also it is really not much work. poke a hole, insert wire and drill for 45 seconds.
    Very impressive at parties, they travel well and keep as long as a regular hard boiled egg. Enjoy!
    Also this was a free, no cost thing to do for me!

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    wenpherd
    wenpherd

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Clap, Clap, Clap, Clap, Clap, Clap.

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    SinAmos
    SinAmos

    10 years ago on Introduction

    You truly should be ashamed of yourself.

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    lemonie
    lemonie

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Uh, yes I'm impressed, but I'm not sure I should be...

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