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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Do-it-yourself Powdered Eggs?

White Eggs in CartonImage via Wikipedia
Have you seen what people are charging for powdered eggs? It's insane.
So, with a bit of googling, tomorrow I will be trying the recipe below.

    How to Quickly Make Powdered Eggs


  1. Scramble your eggs in a bowl. Pour them in a saute pan and cook until done.


  2. Drain the excess grease for a few minutes on a paper towel.


  3. Break the eggs into tiny pieces.


  4. Spread the eggs out onto a baking sheet.


  5. Dry at 135° F for at least 10 hours.


  6. Run the eggs through a blender until they form a fine powder.


  7. Store your powdered eggs either in a heavy plastic bag, or a jar with a tight lid.

     Usage:
    Reconstitution Instructions: To reconstitute one egg, mix 1 Tablespoon of powdered whole egg with 2 Tablespoons of water. Use for any recipe that calls for eggs. When using with other dry ingredients, it is not necessary to reconstitute egg. Simply add to other dry ingredients and increase water measurements in mixture to necessary amount.

I'll let you know how it turns out.

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