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Thread: What to do with egg yokes???

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    What to do with egg yokes???

    I have chicken so have eggs, one of the way I use up the over run of eggs is to make angle food cake. but I just hate to throw out the yokes, I some times make nooldes with a few but that still dose not use up many of them. so I looking for way to use them up. any ideas???
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    ​I always pair Angel food cake with Pound cake. One uses the whites and the other uses the yolks. You can also use yolks in custards or coconut cream pie.....yum!

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    * Cook them and add them to salads for extra protein
    * Mix with hard boiled eggs for egg salad
    * add with eggs for omelettes, frittatas, etc.
    * Lemon Curd
    * Sponge Cake
    * puddings and custards
    * mayonnaise


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    Years ago, when we made scratch cakes, we made yellow chiffon cakes with the yolks. I'm sorry, I don't have the recipe. They were very light and we beat the egg yolks very much.

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    cream puffs and quiche.....noodles are good ....dumplings are better

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    Custard, ice cream, noodles (freeze the extras), lemon or orange curd, hollandaise sauce, Bernaise Sauce. Use to bind hamburgers, meat loaf or meat balls, feed them to your pets, I do not like eggs at all, but make all the above fairly regularly.
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    custard or mayonnaise. You can make mayo in the blender, wicked easy. Also I used to make custard in cups, put in fridge, and have it with fresh fruit for a great hot-weather breakfast.

    ETA - if you have lots of extra eggs, why not trade with your neighbors for some fresh garden produce, or whatever?

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    I have, on occasion, added them to fried eggs for our younger grandkids and told them it was their lucky day because they got an egg with a double yolk! Doesn't use up too many, but really impresses the young ones!
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    You can make noodles, dry them then bag them to keep for months

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    Cook them and add to your dog's food if you have a dog. I had chickens a long time ago. I just loved having them, but I had way too many eggs. I've always had a bunch of dogs, too. I'd scramble a huge skillet of eggs for them every night and add to their dry kibble. They had the shiniest coats in town.
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