Posted: 12/19/2012 7:31:05 AM
petronella: That is why they also suggested using egg substitute. The substitute is already pre pasteurized. I have heard of pasteruized eggs but havent found any my local stores. If you are interested in making the recipe I suggest trying egg beaters, if you are simply complaining never mind.
I tried this with egg beaters.I made mine a little larger and ended up with fewer but turned out very well..
Posted: 11/7/2012 10:06:58 PM
I am curious, HOW do you pasturize an egg? I thought pasteurization was done by keeping the food to be pasteurized at a certain temperature for certain length of time. Anyhow that is how we pasteurized milk that we bought from a farmer neighbor. We raised chickens for eggs and never pasteurized them and we or any of our neighbors ever got sick from our eggs. We never got ill from the raw milk either, but we heard so much about how it was better so we bought a home pasteurizer. Back then we NEVER heard of pasteurizing eggs. I think pasteurizing eggs would result in an overcooked HARD boiled egg