A fun way to change up your hard-boiled eggs by having a white centre and a yellow exterior. The Japanese chef developed the below method, showing us a creative way of switching up hard-boiled eggs.The science behind it is that the yolk of the egg is more dense than the albumen. By spinning the egg, the centrifugal force causes the yolk and albumen to separate. Use it to wow guests at your next dinner party, or as a fun project with the kids.
What you’ll need: An egg, clear tape, a flashlight, a pair of tights and ice cubes.
1. Check the color of your egg with a flashlight. Bring the egg to rest on top of the egg to check color.
2. Put tape around the whole shell of the egg. Start out from going from the thin end going down vertically to the thicker end of the egg.
3. Wrap it in the middle a pair of sheer tights. Place knots on either side of the egg.
4. Spin it round for a few minutes by holding either end of the tights. Make sure to spin going forward and going back. The key is to spin it long enough, so the yolk and albumen do not mesh.
5.Check the color of your egg with a flashlight again. Bring the egg to rest on top of the egg to check color. It should be darker than in step one.
6. Take the egg out of the tights and place it in boiling water with the tape still on
7. Once boiled, remove the egg and place it in a bowl of ice for a minute
8. Now peel the shell, and you should now have an inside out egg. If the whole thing is yellow, try it again but spin it for longer.
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