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What to do with duck eggs?

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GrainneWail Tue 24-Apr-18 21:09:35

I've been given a dozen duck eggs and I've no idea how to use them up. I'll do a Victoria sponge tomorrow and maybe some buns with the children, but other than that I'm out of ideas. Can anyone suggest anything freeze-able??

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pestilentialboundary Tue 24-Apr-18 21:13:52

Quiche with duck eggs, once you have tried it you will never go back.
Fried, scrambled or omelettes, we often have a dozen duck eggs a week to dispose of, it really is no hardship grin

GrainneWail Tue 24-Apr-18 21:23:39

Really? I had been told that they taste very strong just cooked, so I was thinking of baking them into something. I'll try scrambled tomorrow smile

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pestilentialboundary Tue 24-Apr-18 21:30:33

They are very rich, they do not taste ducky or anything else weird.
I know what you mean though, I was given a turkey egg and had to be really brave to eat it (it was fine).

WishingOnABar Tue 24-Apr-18 21:32:01

Ooh duck eggs are delicious poached or boiled as well! They have a much nicer tasting white, less “eggy”. Mmm fancy egg now...

Bastardingcough Tue 24-Apr-18 21:34:56

My parents always seem to have 'strange' eggs - duck, goose, quail, Turkey etc
The other week they fave my DC scrambled eggs made with pheasant eggs!

GrainneWail Tue 24-Apr-18 21:37:28

Aren't you fancy, Bastardingcough?? wink

OK, I love boiled eggs but I'm not very good at boiling them. Can someone tell me how to get a perfectly booked duck egg?

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AdaColeman Tue 24-Apr-18 21:41:38

Duck eggs make the best creamiest custard, so use them in a baked custard open tart or as custard to serve with a fruit tart, or as creme anglaise sauce with poached fruit.

Mightybanhammer Tue 24-Apr-18 21:41:42

Duck eggs are superb.
I use them as hen eggs but so much nicer.
Poached, with some good quality bacon....heaven

WishingOnABar Tue 24-Apr-18 21:47:19

Grainne get your room temp eggs in a pan of cold water. Bring to the boil then take off the heat, leaving eggs in the hot water for a further 5 / 6 mins for a soft egg.

Bastardingcough Tue 24-Apr-18 21:49:04

Ha! Hardly!
Parents are just rural. The local gatekeeper gave them the pheasant eggs as they were double yolkers and apparently no good for breeding.

GrainneWail Tue 24-Apr-18 22:32:49

Thanks wishing, breakfast is sorted.

Is custard freezer proof Ada?

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