I have acquired two Ostrich eggs. I put them in the refrigerator the day they were laid. Any ideas on how long they will last? How should I use them? Each egg equals twenty four chicken eggs. In the past I have made omelets.
How do I cook an Ostrich egg?
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I couldn't begin to give you any insight in to using them other than naming off traditional egg dishes, but I would be very interested in what to do with them. What's the flavor and texture like compared to chicken eggs?
Sounds like a huge scotch egg grilled, and a heart attack. Sous vide them babies if you can.
Speaking of taste and texture of eggs, I recently had duck eggs. They also are pretty much like chicken for taste, but the whites were rubbery and the yokes unpleasantly viscous done over-easy. They ranged in size from an ordinary large to about twice the size of a jumbo.
I agree about the whites. They tend to be somewhat rubbery. I can't comment on the yolks as I usually eat them over hard (yes...I know... blasphemy!).