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Buttered Eggs (1)



Buttered Eggs are a specialty in Cork, Ireland.

Absolutely freshly-laid eggs straight from the nest are rolled in melted butter. The melted butter forms a protective seal over the shell, extending the storage life of the eggs in the absence of refrigeration, or even if they are refrigerated. The butter also permeates through the shell and influences the flavour of the egg inside.

Buttered Eggs is also the name of a dish; see Buttered Eggs (2).


See also:

Eggs

Buttered Eggs (1); Coddled Eggs; Devilled Eggs; Duck Eggs; Egg Corrals; Egg Cups; Egg Cutters; Egg Day; Egg Nog; Egg Poached in Clingfilm Recipe; Egg Slicers; Egg Wash; Eggs Benedict Day; Eggs; Free-Range Chickens; Frittata; Meringue; Omelette; Pasteurized Eggs; Pickled Eggs; Poaching; Preserving Eggs; Quail Eggs; Safe Cooking Temperatures; Separating Eggs; Tortilla (Egg); Waxed Eggs

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Oulton, Randal. "Buttered Eggs (1)." CooksInfo.com. Published 18 September 2004; revised 27 February 2007. Web. Accessed 12/17/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/buttered-eggs-1>.

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