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  • What to do with two egg whites?

    I have two egg whites sitting in a bowl in the fridge - they are left over from making mayonnaise. I can't just throw them out but can't think what to do with them?? Any ideas welcome! I did think of cutting pork steaks into fingers, dipping them in the whites then in almond flour and Parmesan as a sort of breading - would this work?

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    Crepes.
    and yes, you could probably use them for dredging and frying
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    • #3
      Just toss them in with your morning omelette if nothing else comes up first. Extra protein.

      I also use a blender recipe for mayo from the Joy of Cooking that uses a whole egg.
      Life is an ongoing Experiment of One, so here's to science!

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      • #4
        Maybe its due to my youth and inexperience, but whenever I have left over egg whites I just throw them in a skillet and eat. Nothing fancy....just cook and eat.

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        • #5
          Omelette - great idea! Shrimp, more egg, garlic - and eat with the mayonnaise on a salad. Lunch - sorted!

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          • #6
            Shoot 'em like a couple of oysters.

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            • #7
              I'd make a soufflé. whip your egg whites with the whites of a couple more eggs and mix the yolks into a veggie puree (I like winter squash) with some good grated parmesan and a little milk. fold the whites into the yolks and veg and bake until fluffy with a crispy top. (google for a more precise recipe)

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              • #8
                These crepes that taste just like real crepes Getting off the couch, Grainless, super low carb, sugar free, gluten... with this amendment if you don't like flax: half a tsp of psyllium husk instead and let soak 5 minutes.

                I always end up with too many yolks because I make so many of my primal crepes!

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