Japan's Fried Shrimp Gun Is a Delicious Weapon

Fried shrimp or "ebi furai" (エビフライ) is a popular dish in Japan. Here's one way to make it quickly—in three seconds, to be exact. That doesn't include the prep time, though!

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At the end of the spot, one the women says, "It tastes good, right?" Next time, three-minute dumplings!

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本当に3秒で作ってる!ドコモ『3秒クッキング 爆速エビフライ』動画公開 [Otakuma]

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DISCUSSION

Will that setup actually cook it correctly?

At that speed and shrimp trajectory I doubt you could get the breading/batter to stick, let alone coat evenly.

And... wouldn't flash-cooking that way just burn the coating without cooking all the way through?

(...after watching so many Mythbusters eps with them shooting stuff out of stuff, i'm getting suspicious...)