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Egg Guts?

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What can I do with a dozen egg insides from the eggs I just blew? No meat recipes preferred.
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The biggest omlette ever made? a wedding cake?
ok, you wanted a real answer? You can freeze eggs and use them in baking later. Acramble them up a bit and freeze them in however much egg you use at once. 1 large egg is about 50ml, or 2 fl oz.
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The biggest omlette ever made? a wedding cake?
ok, you wanted a real answer? You can freeze eggs and use them in baking later. Acramble them up a bit and freeze them in however much egg you use at once. 1 large egg is about 50ml, or 2 fl oz.
You rock.
post #4 of 7
Or quiche.
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Recipe? I am not a great cook. :
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Mix an egg with some cheap conditioner (think Suave here, or White Rain, but Nature's Gate will work too). From 1/2 c to 1c of conditioner depending on how long & thick your hair is. Wet your hair (don't wash it, mind you, just wet it), wring out the extra water, glop the egg/conditioner mixture in till your hair is really full of it. Leave it on 15 minutes and rinse for 3 minutes. If your hair's anything like mine it will be clean, shiny & soft

Well, it uses up ONE egg anyway :LOL
post #7 of 7
Make a strata: Grease a casserole or cake pan, layer cubes of bread, omelette-type vegetables, meat if you choose, and grated cheese. Beat eggs with a little milk, salt, pepper, etc., pour over other ingredients and bake until eggs and vegetables are cooked through, about 30 - 45 minutes?

Or make bread pudding for dessert: Same kind of thing. Butter bread and lay in a pan. Throw nuts, raisins, currants, sliced fruit, whatever you want all over. Beat together eggs, cinnamon, sugar, and milk and pour over and bake. Serve with custard or cream. Yummy!

Sorry, I don't usually use recipes so I'm just trying to remember how I do it all. Play around with them!

Kerri
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