These Are Eggs... Guess What This Does

If you would like to learn more about how to work with eggs, then you should read this article titled, “Test Kitchen Tip: Working with Eggs.” It is a helpful article. We use eggs to make many recipes, and therefore, knowing some of these tricks is great to have on hand. If you find them helpful, do not be afraid to share them with your friends. They will appreciate it.

Do you make mayonnaise or find yourself baking sweets for your family often? If so, you probably use egg whites often and may sometimes have leftovers that you are not sure what do with. Sure, you could try using them right away to make another dish or salad dressing, etc., but if you are not up for making anything else, you need a way to save them. There is no point in just throwing them out. Well, did you know that you could freeze leftover egg whites? It is simple! You just need an ice cube tray. Place each egg white in a section of the tray and freeze them until they are solid. Once they are frozen, you can take them out, put them in a freezer bag, and stick them back in the freezer to save until you are ready to use them again. Keep them from two to three months before getting rid of them. When you are ready to use them, be sure to refrigerate them for two hours or so before using. This will give them time to thaw out before you add them to a new recipe.

Have you ever found a recipe to call for room-temperature eggs? Some do because it helps them combine better with other ingredients. If you find yourself in a hurry and do not have time to let them sit and become room temperature, you can put them in lukewarm water for 5-10 minutes. You will find after removing them that they are no longer cold. It is a great trick for times that we just do not have enough time.

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Egg yolks and whole eggs are a good source of protein and choline, and are widely used in cooking. Due to their protein content, the United States Department of Agriculture categorizes eggs as Meats within the Food Guide Pyramid. Despite the nutritional value of eggs, there are some potential health issues arising from egg quality, storage, and individual allergies.

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