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Anyone tried Cloud Eggs?

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clairethewitch70 Sun 07-May-17 19:33:29

It's supposed to be the newest food trend.

Basically separate egg, whisk white until fluffy. Put on baking tray in oven. After a few minutes put yolk on egg and cook for a few minutes more.

Need to get some fresh eggs and will give this a go.

EveryoneTalkAboutPopMusic Sun 07-May-17 20:33:03

Not heard of this one. Following with interest.

StripeyZazie Mon 08-May-17 12:40:04

DH had one with truffles at a business dinner. He said it was a bit like a savoury iles flottante. He did enjoy it, but probably wouldn't bother again. Interesting, but not as good as a well made omelette.

canihaveacoffeeplease Mon 08-May-17 17:16:45

Yuo! Saw then a few months ago on my family on CBeebies (they made it for the mum's birthday breakfast in bed) and went straight out to try them cos they looked so yummy. And they are really yummy! Recommend them!

GhostWorld Fri 12-May-17 11:41:11

I used to make these at uni when I came home for the holidays, as my mum would have truffle oil and parmesan!

SDTGisAnEvilWolefGenius Fri 12-May-17 12:17:06

I haven't made these, but saw a review in the Times this week that said that it was like eating a styrofoam, taste-free meringue.

peukpokicuzo Fri 12-May-17 12:30:43

I've done them but you need to put something with a bit of flavour into the whites to avoid them being like flavourless meringues. Parmesan works OK. They are a good way to get the magic combo of perfectly cooked whites with the yolk still runny.

IAmTheWorwax Fri 12-May-17 12:32:37

I've done them but they are a bit of a faff to be honest. They were too bland by themselves so I grilled some bacon to add to the egg white.

They were nice but not exactly a fast food.

BlondeGinger Sun 14-May-17 13:09:32

I made them this morning. They were lovely.

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