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Here’s How You Can Cook Shrimps In 3 Seconds Like An Engineer

Cook Shrimps in 3 Seconds

Would you like to cook shrimps in 3 seconds only? Yes, T.H.R.E.E seconds! The process is shown in the video at the end of this article. Cooking the shrimp this way involves ejection of 4 shrimps from a glass tube with a high force. The shrimps fly through the air while making their way through flour, eggs and breadcrumbs before surviving a flame-ball and are grilled to perfection.

The technique was developed in Japan and as per the video. The plate of lightly battered shrimp is cooked and ready to eat in 3 seconds only. The video begins with two females showing the ingredients that are required for this battered battered dish. Safety goggles are being used by the models while they explain the devices being used for the demonstration.

The beaten eggs are first of all poured into a big silver canteen followed by four inverted containers that have been filled with flour. The next item shown is the glass air cannon that houses the shrimps. The individual devices are activated by a simple push of a button. The flames shoot out from the 4th device.

In the blink of an eye, the action happens and your shrimps are ready. The slowed down part of the demo shows what actually goes on. The shrimps shoot out from the cannon and move towards the flour followed by eggs, after which they are coated with breadcrumbs and then finally make their way through a flame and land onto a plate. The meal has 502 calories and is prepared in 3 seconds. Would you want to try this awesome technique for cooking shrimps? Check out the video below:

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