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EggEggs (we no longer specify that they are hens' eggs these days) are used widely in cooking and patisserie.
They may be one of the ingredients (in a dough, sauce or dressing, for example), or the main ingredient, as in an omelette or scrambled eggs (oeufs brouillés).
If you intend to buy:Do buy your eggs as fresh as possible (check the laying date) and the of best quality.
Contrary to popular belief, eggs do not need to be kept in the fridge; room temperature will do just fine.
Recipes which use it: 163Of which:
|French toast "cordon bleu"||Four quarters||Rum babas||Choux pastry (pâte à choux)||Sushi|
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