Have you ever tried Turkey Eggs?
January 12, 2009 2:16pm CST
Today we decided to try some turkey eggs for breakfast. We got them from some friends for helping them out by shoveling snow off their roof. They didn't have much money and we didn't expect any from them but they did reward us with a box of groceries and some turkey eggs. I really enjoyed these eggs. There is not much of a difference in taste or any at all. The only difference is the size of the eggs which are 3 times bigger and you will find two yokes rather than one. They were fluffier than chicken eggs too. Makes really nice scrambled eggs. Have you tried turkey eggs? What do you think about the taste?
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21 Jan 09
I have never even seen Turkey Eggs, so I have never had the opportunity to try them. I am sure they are much bigger than a chicken egg. I am guessing you would probably have to get them from people who raise Turkey's or something.
15 Jan 09
The people who we got these turkey eggs from told us to try baking with them and using them for cakes because the eggs make things turn out so much more fluffier and the quality in taste is so much better. When hubby made those scrambled eggs they were 3 times fluffier so I can imagine how much more good would come out if I tried baking with them. Thanks for your comment
13 Jan 09
Turkey eggs? No I have not tried them. I don't know where one could buy them either or are they just produced for home consumption? Anyway what I want to ask you: do they have the taste of a hen's egg or do they taste really eggy (sulfuric) like some other birds eggs such as quails eggs.
14 Jan 09
The way I tried them was scrambled. There is not much difference than a chicken egg except they just bring out the taste of better tasting eggs. It's not a sulfuric taste though. I've never tried quail eggs either so I can't say that I would know to compare to those.
13 Jan 09
I never have but I would like to. I'm not sure if they are the kind of thing that you can find at the grocery store though. I have been substituting turkey for a lot of things lately (turkey sausages, ground turkey etc) because it's so lean and versatile. Turkey eggs are now on my list of things to try!