Martha Stewart just came out with a new cooking hack, and people are scratching their heads. The dish at hand is none other than everyone’s breakfast go-to — scrambled eggs.
“Achieving perfect scrambled eggs with large, soft curds time after time is not so simple, though. While every cook should master this skill, sometimes, even when you’ve scrambled eggs dozens of times, you end up with rubbery, dry eggs.”
The method includes a heat-proof mug, eggs, salt, pepper and butter, and (wait for it…) an espresso machine.
Because, everyone has an espresso machine lying around their kitchens, right?
So, let’s check out this groundbreaking cooking hack, shall we?
— Food Network (@FoodNetwork) December 18, 2018
As you can see, Martha cracks, seasons, and lightly mixes her eggs in a heat-proof mug. From there she simply inserts her cappuccino machine’s milk frothing wand into the mug.
She explains that the frother, “steams the eggs into the softest, fluffiest scrambled eggs…and in just a matter of seconds, your eggs are finished.”
She even adds the fact that the trick will be a “conversation piece.”
The internet is shook over the bizarrely bougie yet efficient hack.
There’s literally 16 burners right behind her, why people always gotta get cute with stuff… 🤦🏿♂️
— Mean Jean (@itsMeanJean) December 18, 2018
Others are all about it and can’t wait to try it themselves.
Y’all leave @MarthaStewart alone with her scrambled egg hack. It’s brilliant and I wish steam ovens were more common – and add a frother wand!
— #FlavorUp (@AFoodieInDallas) January 10, 2019
Any cafes in Toronto wanna let me try cooking eggs with the steam wand of their espresso machine? https://t.co/kclqpEc6ih
— Karon Liu (@karonliu) January 8, 2019
Stewart actually learned the trick from NYC chef Jody Williams.