Martha Stewart just put eggs into a coffee machine, and the results are fluffy and delicious

Cheryl Kahla
Jan 12, 2019
09:51 A.M.
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Martha Stewart is the undisputed home goddess, so when she says we make eggs in a cappuccino machine, we make eggs in a cappuccino machine. 

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Her quick guide was shared as a video on the Food Network's Facebook page and had already been viewed more than 1.7 million times. 

She explained in the short clip that using a cappuccino machine is a "very fun way to cook scrambled eggs." The video can be seen below.

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HOW TO MAKE SCRAMBLED EGGS IN A CAPPUCCINO MACHINE

First, she breaks two eggs into a glass, then whisks it briefly before adding a pinch of salt and pepper and a teaspoon and a half of butter. 

Source: Facebook/Food Network

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Instead of pouring the mixture into a frying pan, Steward reaches for the cappuccino machine and places the steam wand nozzle directly into the egg mixture. 

In under a minute, the eggs are "steamed," and she described it as "buttery and fluffy," as well as the "softest, fluffiest scrambled eggs."

Source: Facebook/Food Network

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TWITTER WASN'T IMPRESSED

As yummy as the eggs looked, not everyone was impressed, and netizens took to Twitter and said as much. 

A user known as Dino said: "Raise your hand if you have one of those in your kitchen. Now raise your hand if you have a skillet!" while another added: 

"Why would you scramble eggs that way - unless you have an assistant to clean the mess you left on the espresso maker!!"

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Another user known as Lindsey pointed out that the eggs would ruin the steamer, and someone else added that "cleaning the steamer must be just as fun."

A JILL OF ALL TRADES

Apart from sharing household tips with her followers, Steward also recently warned her followers of a safety hazard. 

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She left a make-up mirror unattended in the bathroom. The sun reflected on it and nearly caused a fire. She shared an image of the scorched window pane. 

Stewart explained: “While I was in Tasmania my master bathroom had a serious problem. A magnifying makeup mirror, sitting on the back of the toilet, happened to catch the rays [of] the afternoon sun, reflecting them directly onto the painted window sill. The light was so intense that the paint scorched and smoked [and] almost ignited!”

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