Australian woman frys an egg in her backyard on a scorching hot 40C day

Very Australian moment woman frys an egg in her backyard on a scorching hot 40C day

  • An Australian woman’s cooking hack has gone viral
  • She used the sun to fry an egg in a pan outside 
  • Many said the trick would help ‘save electricity’  

Australia is famed for its stunning beaches, unique wildlife, and scorching summers – quintessentially enjoyed by lazing along the coastline or sinking beverages in the shade of a backyard. 

But one woman has wowed the internet with her novel way of making use of the nation’s harsh rays: frying an egg.

A TikTok video shows a woman lathering a frying pan with butter and placing it on the hot cement bricks in her backyard on a 40C day.

She then cracked an egg into the pan and let it sit under the sun until moments later it was completely cooked.

Once it wad fried, she headed back inside to finish making her lunch – an egg and barbeque sandwich. 

The hack was widely praised, with many saying it was a good way to save electricity. 

‘Only in Australia,’ one person said.

‘Just letting you all know, there aren’t any stoves in Australia, you gotta [sic] do this,’ another added.

Someone else joked: ‘I love cooking eggs on my car bonnet as well’. 

However, others could not look past a piece of shell accidentally falling into the pan while she was cooking. 

‘Is no one talking about how she got a piece of shell in the egg?’ a fourth commented.

An Australian woman has gone viral with her outdoors cooking hack

After leave the egg out to simmer in the sun, the woman came back to find it completely fried

After leave the egg out to simmer in the sun, the woman came back to find it completely fried 

Another said: ‘The eggshell… Bro get the eggshell out… THE EGGSHELL.’ 

Australia falls far short from the hottest countries on the world (Mali tops the list with a yearly average of 28C), but its summer sun is up to 10 per cent hotter than some countries in the Northern Hemisphere.

This is because, due to the earth’s elliptical orbit, the Southern Hemisphere comes closer to the sun in summer than those on the other side of the equator during the same season. 

However, while Australia’s annual average temperatures are moderate, the nation has one of the highest UV radiation levels across globe due to its proximity to the hole in the ozone layer over the Antarctic. 

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