Apparently, you can cook a chicken if you slap it at 3725.95mph

No oven? No problem!

2d ago

The top culinary discovery of the year so far? You can cook an entire raw chicken by slapping it.

Now, before you get to work giving your roast dinner a slap, it might take a little more than a few well-placed blows to sort out your Sunday lunch.

According to an FEA (finite element analysis) simulation by Twitter user @ade_n, it would - theoretically - be possible to cook a chicken by slapping it at 3725.95mph.

Admittedly, there are a few issues with this shocking discovery. Namely, the force of the impact at such a high speed would not only destroy the chicken, but also your hand.

As you can see in the video above, the simulated hand makes contact with the chicken at such high speed, parts of the chicken are cooked by the energy transfer. However, they are also sprayed across the 'room' by the impact, so it isn't exactly a tidy cooking method.

The simulated hand also then disintegrates, crumbling like a sheet of 'broken glass' as one Twitter user put it, quite aptly.

Needless to say, this probably isn't one to try at home. Not that we really need to say that, however, since if you can move your hand at over 3000mph (breaking the sound barrier in the process) you're probably not sitting around reading this article.

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Comments (6)

  • If feel a challenge is coming!!! What about using a air cannon and shoot a chicken into the air and let the speed burn/cook the chicken?

      1 day ago
    • If you try this, please make sure you film it and write about it on FoodDevour. Thank you kindly! hahaha

        1 day ago
    • Haha sure i will, I will start working on a high velocity air cannon first thing tomorrow

        1 day ago
  • hahahahahahaha

      2 days ago
  • what a crazy idea! fun, though🤣👍🏻

      1 day ago
  • Soon Bugatti will build a car to cook a chicken 😂

      1 day ago