Duck eggs Home › Forum › Chat Forum › Duck eggs Viewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 (of 15 total) Duck eggs joe1983Member Bought some duck eggs by accident! Any ideas what to do with them? Can you eat them just like chicken eggs? Posted 9 years ago neilsonwheelsMember Posted 9 years ago tonSubscriber i fend them a lot stronger tasting than chook eggs. use them to make yorkshire pudds. Posted 9 years ago FROGLEEKMember Make a cake Posted 9 years ago Capt. KronosSubscriber Soft boil em for breakfast – magnificent! They take a bit more cooking than chicken eggs though. Posted 9 years ago carlosMember I’m with RobS on this, love em soft boiled. Posted 9 years ago SiBMember Soft boiled all the time, no other way to fully appreciate! Posted 9 years ago joe1983Member Thanks guys. Going to try them with soldiers in the morn, failing that its cake time! Posted 9 years ago DracSubscriber Soft Boiled and they’re fantastic. Posted 9 years ago chakapingSubscriber They make a nice omelette too. Posted 9 years ago BadgerMember yum duck eggs – as above – soft boil, or omlette. They also scramble very well – pretty much like any eggs. I know some people who only use duck eggs when baking a cake – to the point that they have worked out a conversion ratio of hens eggs to duck eggs (as they are bigger). Goose eggs are similar in flavour but have much stronger yellow and bigger yoke. Posted 9 years ago MrNuttMember break them on your head whilst stood on a mini roundabout singing an aria? Posted 9 years ago CoyoteSubscriber I’m with Nutt on this one. It’s the only sensible option. Posted 9 years ago DracSubscriber Be careful – they can cause an allergy in some people. People have allergies to hen eggs too, chances of someone being allergic to a food they’ve had are rather slim and if they are it will be a weak reaction the first time. Posted 9 years ago vinnieMember I have 6 Ducks and 10 hens. I don’t find too much difference in the taste as all mine are free range organic and you just can’t buy any in the Super market that taste the same. The white on Duck eggs has a different texture if doing fried eggs. I love mine in an Omelette or scrambled. Also Duck eggs are the best for baking so you could make a nice sponge cake. Posted 9 years ago Viewing 15 posts - 1 through 15 (of 15 total) The topic ‘Duck eggs’ is closed to new replies.