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..... A distinct option would be to make little sugar cookie cups to place the nougat chunks in. I wouldn't completely enclose the nougat in dough and bake it, but cookie bowls could make a pleasant, customizable delivery system if other options are dissatisfactory. Just take a stiff, decorator-approved cookie dough, portion, and with a thumb or measuring ...


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I tried to make nougat for the first time. The consistancy was way to soft. I left it few hours. I just did not want to waist all that ingredients. I pour the.. Way to soft nougat in a glass bowl and add a little bit of corn flour. I put the glass bowl. Over a pot with boiling water and stir and stir and stir. It reached a nice chewy consistancy and I ...


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Just don't use egg. Milled Flax seed mixed with water will be an alternative that you can use in most cases. I am allergic to eggs and I often bake cakes with this alternative and it's perfect for binding AND you won't get that eggy smell. 1 tablespoon of milled or ground flaxseed: 3 tablespoons of water is usually equivalent to one chicken egg.


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It would be useful to see the whole recipe, but the answer is probably no. Egg whites are protein and water, and yolks are fat, protein, and water, and each contributes important things to cakes. There is complicated chemistry going on, and you can't just eliminate the eggs from a recipe like this. Carbonation does nothing. However, if your recipe calls for, ...


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Eggs are about 10% fat by weight, a large egg is about 50g, so you would lose 5g of fat in the recipe per egg, which is just over a teaspoon of oil. Whether or not you add it depends on what you want out of the recipe. If you are taking eggs out to reduce fat then you don't need to add anything, if you want to keep the richness and consistency then a splash ...


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In the US, the most important thing to look for on the carton is the number which shows the day of year that the eggs were packed. If the number is 1, that's January 1st. If it's 365, That's Dec 31st. In other countries the system may be different, so find out what system in your country indicates the pack date, if possible. Note: apparently some states in ...


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Having found the measuring cup, it seems to roughly translate as: 30ml five eggs 35ml four eggs 37.5ml three eggs 40ml two eggs 45ml one egg for soft boiled eggs. Curious as to whether that's "standard" for these types of steam cookers, etc. Obviously, there are assumptions built into those measurements...but that seems to be what they ...


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I am new to your site so I may not understand how to view all the answers or the entire discussion, but I did not see the solution my mother taught me. You can use the same "trick" to test for freshness that you can use to test for potential contamination in your egg, so I will give the answers to both. (I noticed some people do not like you deviating from ...


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"Fried" my eggs for years with no oil or butter I use a pan for pancakes works a treat slides right off... you just flip the egg once it's cooked on the one side. Failing that, put oil in pan olive or rapeseed oil. apparently rapeseed is better for frying something to do with it being able to handle a higher heat I dunno you'll have to look it up.... ...


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In addition to the suggestions above try using a lid and after the white has begun to solidify add a small amount of water and replace the lid. The water will immediately become steam and poach the top of the egg,


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If the egg actually exploded as in the title, then no, that egg is probably highly contaminated. Not only is it bad, but nothing its contents have touched can be considered safe to use and should be discarded. I assume however that you actually have an egg that was broken in handling. In that case, only the broken egg is a loss. Other answers and ...


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Edit after the question was substantially changed. This answer wasn't initially concerned with the fate of the broken egg itself, but the others around it. If the white 'exploded' bin it. If it 'leaked' then that egg is compromised. If you broke it, eat it today. If you don't know when it was broken, discard & treat the rest of this answer as it stood ...


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Sure. Wash them off with a little cold water, rub them dry carefully with some paper towels in case you want to keep them for longer and not have sticky old egg whites on the outside.


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