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Eggland Eggs: Best way to prepare?

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LARaven Apr 1, 2008 09:50 AM

I hate spending too much money on eggs. But I splurged and bought some Egglands. This is probably the first and last carton I will ever have so I want to make the most out of them by preparing at least one each in different ways.

What is the best way to bring out its flavor?

I eat eggs but am not really big on them. I mostly eat them fried with bread (I love the yolk best) On hard boiled I usually prefer the white.Scrambled I am not too crazy about because most people make them way too dry.

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    Jeserf RE: LARaven Apr 1, 2008 09:52 AM

    This isn't a cooking tip (because I love eggs in most ways), but if you can find a local farm to buy eggs from straight from the source, you might find them to be a bit less expensive/more flavorful.

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    1. re: Jeserf
      TwoPointers RE: Jeserf Apr 1, 2008 05:41 PM

      I'm going to ditto this - we have 2 hens now and 3 babies coming up that are guaranteed layers. We have good fresh eggs coming out of our ears most of the year and I'm tempted to "gift" the neighbors with baskets of eggs in order to get rid of them. Find someone local that has some layers and you are good to go - plus "home grown" eggs are much better than anything you can get at the store!

    2. danhole RE: LARaven Apr 1, 2008 10:01 AM

      The are tasty fried, soft scrambled, as an omelet . . . you don't really need to bing out the flavor. It's already there. Once we tried them we didn't go back to the others. I get 35 cent coupons which are tripled at the grocery store so that makes them a reasonable price, just a tad more than the others.

      1. MMRuth RE: LARaven Apr 1, 2008 04:19 PM

        My preference is to poach really nice, fresh eggs - you can really tell a difference that way.

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