Pasteurizing Eggs

Don't be afraid of using raw eggs in smoothies, custards, ice cream, or whatever; simply pasteurize them first. Just heat them to 140 degrees F for 15 minutes, cool them quick and wala! No threat of salmonella or any other bacteria.

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By LINDA ROLINSKI from Eustis, FL

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December 29, 20110 found this helpful
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For safety sake there is a lot more to this than simply heating eggs to 140 degrees. IMHO you should simply spend more money for pasteurized eggs if needing them in a non-cooked recipe like smoothies, Caesar dressing, chocolate mousse, hollandaise sauce, etc. If the item is to be cooked there is no reason to pasteurize the eggs because the bacteria will be killed through the cooking process.

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December 29, 20110 found this helpful

How do you heat them?

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April 9, 20120 found this helpful

Sounds like a boiled egg to me.

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