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Powdered Eggs

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Anyone ever given powdered eggs a whirl? How we're they?

I'm looking into buying just a few cans as I have chickens who supply most of my eggs. Gonna get a few cans of powdered eggs for the survival kit though.

Well, that is, only if you guys say they pretty good....
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Recipes using powdered eggs

If they aren't turning out too well scrambled, maybe you can use them in a recipe:

Jellyroll style eggs

6 Eggs (1/3 C. Dehydrated Eggs +2/3 C. Water)
1 C. Milk (3 T. Dry powdered milk + 1 C. Water)
1/2 C. All Purpose Flour
1/2 t. Salt
1/4 t. Pepper
1 C. Shredded Cheddar Cheese
1) Place eggs and milk in a blender. Add the flour, salt and pepper; cover
and process until smooth. Pour into a greased 9x13 pan. bake at 450 for 20
minutes or until eggs are set.
2) Sprinkle with cheese. Roll up in pan, starting with a short side. Place
with seam side down on a serving platter. Cut into 3/4 inch slices.

Baked Omelet

8 Eggs (1/2 C. Dehydrated Eggs + 1 C. Water)
1/2 C. half and half cream (3 T. Dry Dry powdered milk + 1/2 C. Water)
1 C. Shredded Cheddar Cheese
1 C. Finely Chopped Fully Cooked Ham
1/4 C. Finely Chopped Green Pepper (2 T. dehydrated)
1/4 C. Finely Chopped Onion (2 T.dehydrated onion)
1) In a bowl, whisk the eggs and cream until light. stire inn the cheese, ham,
green pepper and onion.
2) Pour into a greased 8x8 square baking dish. bake at 400 for 25 minutes
or until golden brown
3) If you want, top with extra cheese, tomatoes, and green onion.

I freeze eggs, but I think I'll try dehydrating a few now, thanks for the good links above!
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The thing is the temp. and the water content it has to be on the money or you get goop.
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