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The weirdest technique for scrambled eggs I have ever seen.

Discussion in 'Egg, Chicken, & Other Favorite Recipes' started by Patience, Jun 12, 2011.

  1. Patience

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    So I've been meaning to try this out for a while but I haven't gotten to it yet. What do you all think? Strange, no? I wonder how it would work with really fresh eggs...also, how long is "count to 20"? LOL! [​IMG]

    Have any of you ever tried anything like this?
     
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  3. rebel-rousing-at-night

    rebel-rousing-at-night Chillin' With My Peeps

    Quote:I tried something a little like that and it WAS A FAILURE!

    I had just seen an infomercial on TV. It showed putting whole eggs (out of the shell) in boiling water. I thought hummm,I will do that with all these extra eggs I have. It will be so quick and easy. The dogs will get a treat. The chickens will get a treat. And mom (me) will get a treat because it is soo easy.

    Ell fire! I dropped a bunch of eggs all at once into the boiling water. I was excited until I smelled something burning. [​IMG]

    Darn eggperiment went bad.Still trying to get the burnt out of the pan. Don't try this at home. [​IMG]
     
  4. Patience

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    Quote:I tried something a little like that and it WAS A FAILURE!

    I had just seen an infomercial on TV. It showed putting whole eggs (out of the shell) in boiling water. I thought hummm,I will do that with all these extra eggs I have. It will be so quick and easy. The dogs will get a treat. The chickens will get a treat. And mom (me) will get a treat because it is soo easy.

    Ell fire! I dropped a bunch of eggs all at once into the boiling water. I was excited until I smelled something burning. [​IMG]

    Darn eggperiment went bad.Still trying to get the burnt out of the pan. Don't try this at home. [​IMG]

    Oh noes!!!!! I hope your pan comes clean. Yikes [​IMG]

    I'm still going to try it though. [​IMG] But I won't come back and complain if I burn them...that'll be on me. Heh.
     
  5. Imp

    Imp All things share the same breath- Chief Seattle

    Sounds intriguing, I'm gonna try it.

    Like egg drop soup. Bet the texture is great as the article said.

    Imp's getting tired of fried eggs. [​IMG]
     
  6. Patience

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    Quote:Yes! It was the description of the texture that hooked me. I love soufflés but they always seem like too much fuss for just one person. I still want to know how long "count to 20" is. [​IMG]
     
  7. Imp

    Imp All things share the same breath- Chief Seattle

    Quote:Yes! It was the description of the texture that hooked me. I love soufflés but they always seem like too much fuss for just one person. I still want to know how long "count to 20" is. [​IMG]

    About 20 seconds
     
  8. rebel-rousing-at-night

    rebel-rousing-at-night Chillin' With My Peeps

    I think I know what went wrong...on TV it was not said to have a whirlpool. lol

    There's ppl who can cook and don't.Then there's ppl who can't cook but do. I think I keep switching. [​IMG]
     
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    Quote:Yes! It was the description of the texture that hooked me. I love soufflés but they always seem like too much fuss for just one person. I still want to know how long "count to 20" is. [​IMG]

    About 20 seconds

    But that would be count to 20 Mississippis [​IMG]
     
  10. Patience

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    Quote:Haha! I'm stealing that quote [​IMG] And I bet the whirlpool iswhat went wrong.
     

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