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Using duck eggs to make noodles

post #1 of 5
Thread Starter 

Has anyone every used duck egg yolks for making homemade noodles?  I am just wondering if there would be a significant difference from chicken yolks.  Thanks. 

post #2 of 5

I wouldn't think so, just would make a bigger batch, I know duck eggs make cakes rise higher, maybe they are richer than a chicken egg. I'm glad someone knows how to make noodles, my grandmother taught me when I was about 12 and I live in Ga and anyone I ask around here never have had or has made homemade noodles before, they make dumplings which are noodle like and I make dumplings that are light and airy fluffy yummy good lol, the bisquick kind, do you make them like that?  My grandmother was from Michigan/Jersey area so maybe that makes the difference since I see your in the north.  My mother was from Oregon and dad was from Michigan, I was born in the south but not Ga, a transplant, love it here though.

post #3 of 5
Thread Starter 

Yes, duck eggs are much richer, which is why I thought maybe they would make an awesome noodle.  Noodles and dumplings are not remotely the same thing.  Homemade noodles are a treat.  And yes, I do like fluffy dumplings on rare occasion. 

post #4 of 5

If you go down south and they ask if you want dumplings it will be noodles

post #5 of 5

I'm replying because I want to follow this thread. Try it! I would love to know the results. Post some pictures too! :-)

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