At my local farmer's market I purchased some duck eggs. I've never used duck eggs before. The shell has a grey cast to it and the eggs are larger than the largest of chicken eggs.
Here is one cracked open. The egg is very hard and not as easy to crack open. The yolk is larger and brighter yellow. The white is almost perfectly clear. You can see the lettering on the bottom of the bowl through the whites.
I decided to make an omelet. I've been using this porcelain coated pan and nothing seems to stick to it. That makes cooking omelets a breeze.
Here's the omelet cooked. It's more yellow than a chicken omelet. The farmer suggested that I not over cook the eggs as they can become rubbery. I did notice the omelet was very firm but not tough. What about you have you had duck eggs before? How did you have them or what did you cook? Thanks for reading and for all your comments.