my frozen eggs
Saturday, February 09, 2019
Just wanting to pass along that the frozen eggs I'm speaking about are not due to the polar vortex.
Okay. First, you need to decamp one egg into a mug, whip it good, pour into one empty section of an ice-cube tray. Repeat as needed. Second, allow to freeze solid, remove and store in freezer bag. These last up to a year, according to the blogger on "Bless This Mess" at www.blessthismes
. Now you can remove however many you need, thaw and then add to/in recipes, or fry up scrambled eggs or make an omelet. Go figure, eh?
I do like boiled egg in Eritrean dora wat, or cold & salted, or pickled either with beet juice or pickled with carrots, celery, and jalapeno peppers. Yee Haw.
Here's a bit of trivia and a related question: a metal ice-cube tray's dividing walls are called mullions. Is there a proper name for the section that we fill with something?