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what do yo udo with egg yolks????

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nailpolish Wed 26-Sep-07 10:01:01

i never have a clue

nailpolish Wed 26-Sep-07 10:01:24

i mean, if you just use the white for a recipe
what to do with leftover yolks

HuwEdwards Wed 26-Sep-07 10:03:02

chuck 'em

TinyGang Wed 26-Sep-07 10:03:09

Isn't fresh mayonnaise made with egg yolks? Have to be careful if pregnent etc with raw eggs though.

I've never tried to make fresh mayo. Buying a jar seems easierblush

PandaG Wed 26-Sep-07 10:03:28

use to bind biscuit mixtures - makes it richer than whole egg. Add to a whole egg to make scrambled egg. (I assume you have used the whites for meringue or similar?)

yolk plus couple tsps milk in a cake - but need some whole eggs too

use to glaze pastry

mix in with mashed potato instead of milk, or agian use to glaze mash on a cottage pie

nailpolish Wed 26-Sep-07 10:05:43

how long do they keep in the fridge?

i use a lot of whites to make omlettes for dds - they are allergic to the yolk. it brings them out in a rash and they vomit. but not in cakes etc it seems. just cooked 'as an egg' iyswim

so i cam use it for cakes, thanks
not sure if i could use it inmashed pots tho

PandaG Wed 26-Sep-07 10:08:04

Friend of mine's DS had the same reaction to very eggy things like omeleet or quiche, but could eat cake. He is nearly 6 now and seems to have grown out of the allergy.

I tend to use the same day, or maybe a day later. will go and consult Delia

ComeOVeneer Wed 26-Sep-07 10:10:11

I use them to make mayo, it isso much nicer than the stuff from jars.

nailpolish Wed 26-Sep-07 10:10:24

the worst reaciton they have is with mayo
thats good to ehar that they will prob grow out of it

PandaG Wed 26-Sep-07 10:10:43

Delia says that they freeze well, but I have never tried it. smile

nailpolish Wed 26-Sep-07 10:10:50

i have never made homemade mayo!
dh wouldlove it i might give it a go

nailpolish Wed 26-Sep-07 10:11:14

hmmmi hadnt thought of freezing
thanks everyone

MrsDoolittle Wed 26-Sep-07 10:12:21

Creme brulee.

Easy and lovely..

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