Have you ever tried scrambled eggs…STILL IN THE SHELL?
Is that even possible?
Yes! And it is called a “Golden Egg.”
What you’ll need:
- Fresh Egg
- Tennis ball
- Long string
Step 1: Mark a dot in the center of the tennis ball (both sides) and draw a line.
Step 2: Make holes using the awl on both sides of the middle point.
Step 3: Cut along the line you drew in the first step very carefully not to injure yourself.
Note: It should look like this.
Step 4: Get a long string ready.
Step 5: Push the string through the holes (if it’s too difficult manually, use a tool to push it through).
Note: This is how it should look like when the strings are through.
Step 6: Now, you can finally put the egg inside the tennis ball.
Note: The tennis ball case is now finished. Time to make some scrambled eggs!
Spin, spin, and spin the egg by pulling the strings.
After a few minutes of spinning, you will end up with a scrambled egg still inside its shell!
The egg becomes a nice golden colour. Here is a side-by-side comparison of a golden egg and a regular egg.
Bonus! Use a flashlight to illuminate a non-boiled golden egg and a regular egg to see the difference!