Are you curious about how long eggs are made? Watch the video here
Food is something that every person on Earth needs to have variety in. People get bored from eating the same food all over again and to break this monotony, people try out different cuisines and delicacies. Most of the European delicacies involve eggs in them and if you want variety, then what better food product than eggs. It can be made into many different varieties apart from omelets, boiled and other things. They are complimentary to many dishes and main ingredients to almost every bakery item.
In Denmark however, people have made an all new variety of eggs known as long egg. A complete egg that is long as a sausage and can feed many people. Want to know the technique behind it? Read the following article.
1 What are long eggs?
Europe is known for its scenery and food. They are also known for the innovations they bring in their food and dishes, which not many cultures around the world are known for. One such delicacy is a long egg. These eggs are longer than your typical eggs and are perfectly round and circular and they all come from one single long egg. One reporter went to a genuine Danish restaurant and was surprised to see that the egg slices looked different in shape and was even more surprised to know that the slices came from a single egg, known as Danish long egg.
2 Video: The process of how they are made
The process of making these eggs is pretty elaborated and there are many steps involved in making long eggs. These steps are given below:
- Big machines are used to divide the eggs into two halves.
- After doing so, the egg white and yolk portions are separated.
- The egg whites are then filled into white tubular structures, which are actually molds in which the yolk is filled in the next step.
- The yolk is then frisked nicely and filled in the tubes and then boiled
It is then frozen at very low temperatures and checked for defects and nice ones are separated and packaged.
Most of the time, the speed and quality of process depend on the manpower and machine working in tandem. These eggs are then sent into markets and are also made at home.