Breakfast hack: Here's how to scramble an egg INSIDE its shell
There are relatively few ways to stun your family at the breakfast table.
In fact, since the advent of chocolate cereal and the invention of the Poptart, it seems humanity has stopped trying. Until now, that is.
What we're about to show you is something many of us never dreamed possible: another way to serve an egg, besides boiled, poached, fried or scrambled.
The golden egg has been scrambled inside its shell. It looks like this:
Served as you would as boiled egg, it can be sliced for sandwiches and salads and has a much richer, creamier, taste.
Curious as to what manner of witchcraft had to be employed to take this humble ovum from lowly protein source to feat of breakfast engineering? All is revealed in this straightforward tutorial, for which you need only two items: eggs and, rather cryptically, a long-sleeved shirt.