Get all of the ingredients and equipment together.
Put 1 large egg in the sock. Put the egg in the center of the sock. Then, using the string or rubber bands, tie the sock at each of the ends of the egg.
To scramble, you will hold each end of the sock and swing it like a jump rope towards you until it can no longer be spun. Then pull both of the ends to un-wind it. It will make a sloshing noise.
Repeat this process 12 times for each egg.
Tip: In order to know if the egg has been scrambled, place it on top of a flashlight (you can use your phone flashlight). If the scrambled looks darker than a normal egg, then you have do it right!
Fill up the pot with water approximately 1/2 full. Then turn on the burner. You want to bring your water to a rolling boil.
Take out the eggs from the sock. Then, place the eggs in to the boiling water with a slotted spoon very slowly, being careful not to drop the eggs in and break them.
Set a timer for 12 minutes and cook the 3 large eggs.
After they are done cooking, turn off the burner and carefully take the pan off. Pot holders may be needed.
Place the pot in the sink and let cold water run in it. It's okay if it overflows. Then carefully place the eggs in cold ice water for 5 minutes. Then take them out. Ready to peel!
After you take the eggs out of the ice water, peel off the shells to reveal the delicious scrambled inside. Now you have an awesome treat! Enjoy
- 1.0 Tube Sock
- 2.0 Five inch pieces of string or small rubber bands
- 3.0 large Eggs
- 1.0 Slotted spoon
- 1.0 Bowl Of ice water
- 1.0 Medium sized pot