Leftover Egg Yolks

chooken1, Feb 1, 5:15am
What can I do with them? I have four to use


davidt4, Feb 1, 5:30am
Mayonnaise, Hollandaise, custard, ice cream, lemon curd, short pastry, crème brulèe.

lindylambchops1, Feb 1, 6:19am
Sponge cake. when I make a pav I always use the yolks to make a sponge for a cake or as trifle sponges.

dollmakernz, Feb 1, 9:05am
Egg Yolk Sponge
Beat together 3-4 egg yolks and ½c sugar. Add ¼c boiling water and beat again.
sift and add 3oz flour, 1oz cornflour, 1tsp baking powder and a pinch of salt.
Bake 180º in a loose bottom tin

punkinthefirst, Feb 1, 9:07am
. and they freeze.

rayonline_tm, Jun 23, 9:12am
easier - raw yolk mixed into pasta or rice or as a yolk dip with meats. to assist the batter when doing fish and chips.

paora-tm, Jun 23, 9:26am
Ask the person who recently asked what to do with leftover eggwhites. lol

duckmoon, Jun 23, 9:34am
annabel langbeins custard - yummy

bev00, Sep 7, 11:30am
Marlborough food writer Jan Bilton tested this recipe from a Christchurch cafe for The Foodtown Magazine.

Meshino's custard square (vanilla slice)

2 sheets puff pastry

1 1/2 cups each: milk, cream

60g butter

1 teaspoon pure vanilla essence

3/4 cup sugar

1/2 cup each: cornflour, water

6 egg yolks

Icing sugar

Preheat the oven to 180°C.

Bring the milk, cream, butter, vanilla essence and sugar to a simmer in a saucepan. Combine the cornflour and the water to make a smooth paste. Stir into the milk mixture together with the egg yolks. Stir over low heat, until thick. Cool completely.

Line an 18cm x 18cm cake pan with plastic film. Trim the cooked pastry sheets to fit the cake pan. Place one sheet on the base. Spread the filling over the pastry. Top with the second sheet of pastry. Refrigerate overnight. Slice and serve dusted with icing sugar.

Makes 8 pieces.

Edited by cookessentials at 10:43 am, Fri 6 Sep

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cookessentials (1216 1216 positive feedback) 10:43 am, Fri 6 Sep #5
Personally, I like custard square with a thin glazed icing and sprinkled with coconut.

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cookessentials (1216 1216 positive feedback) 10:44 am, Fri 6 Sep #6
Thanks cookes, that is one I found on Google, will try that, with this glazed lemon icing yummy!

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aw217 (110 110 positive feedback) 11:38 am, Fri 6 Sep #7
Worth giving it a try. I cannot stand that bright yellow gelatinous custard you see with some custard squares, so hopefully the one above will be ok.

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cookessentials (1216 1216 positive feedback) 11:40 am, Fri 6 Sep #8

jaybee6, Sep 16, 9:49am
Take a look at mine over there <<< just put in custard square. These are truely beautiful so easy but just remember to double the custard quantity. Made with sour cream. Delish, Devine. Would love to hear your feedback if you make. Everyone asks me for this receipe.

sampa, Sep 16, 7:30pm
Excellent excuse to make rich brioche.

http://leitesculinaria.com/71162/recipes-sarabeth-brioche.html or maybe pasta carbonara.
http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/24827/pasta+carbonara
Or thinking outside the square (and stepping out of the kitchen) what about a face mask.

http://healthmunsta.hubpages.com/hub/Egg-Yolk-Face-Mask-Recipes or a hair treatment.

http://www.womansday.com/style-beauty/beauty-tips-products/8-homemade-hair-treatments-110251

Yummy and beautiful. :)

bev00, Sep 17, 10:32am
saving - a great resource

jia5, Sep 28, 10:23pm
I'm about to make this sponge. Can anyone tell me how long is cook time? TIA.

rainrain1, Sep 28, 10:38pm
20-25mins approx. Do the touch test after 20
Actually Someone else might know better, I have never made it

thornton1961, Sep 28, 11:21pm
poach them for breaky or on a steak for dinner . !

pickles7, Sep 28, 11:35pm
good luck.

jia5, Sep 29, 1:32am
Whoo hoo, wow I just made this sponge. I have never been able to make sponges, turned out great and was yummy.
I was once given a recipe for a fool proof sponge, and yes you guessed it, I'm a fool. lol
But not now. :-)
Edited to say 15mins in my oven was enough for bake time.

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