Egg Storage Chart
|Raw egg whites||2 to 4 days||12 months|
|Raw egg yolks||2 to 4 days||Yolks do not freeze well.|
|Raw egg accidentally frozen in shell||Use immediately after thawing.||Keep frozen; then refrigerate to thaw.|
|Hard-cooked eggs||1 week||Do not freeze.|
Similarly one may ask, what is good to eat with egg whites?
Here are 13 recipes to help you enjoy eggs for any meal of the day, including dessert!
- Egg White Breakfast Burrito.
- Herbed Poached Egg Whites on Wheat.
- Egg White Omelet with Mushrooms, Tomato, and Cheddar.
- Egg White Scramble with Chicken.
- Spinach Omelet with Gouda.
- Frittata with Swiss Chard, Tomatoes, and Parmesan.
Can you keep egg white in the fridge?
Storing egg whites and egg yolks is simple, though the two egg parts do require different storage methods. Egg whites can be kept covered in the fridge for a few days, but when you have a lot the best thing to do is freeze them. Pour each egg white into one cube of an ice tray and freeze.
Can you freeze egg whites?
Egg whites freeze very well and it is a useful way to keep leftover fresh egg whites. Freeze the egg whites individually for ease, you can freeze them in ice cube trays and then transfer to a resealable bag when solid. Thaw egg whites overnight in the fridge.