Shark Egg Scones with Cheddar

shark eggs scones

shark eggs scones

shark eggs

shark eggs


There are usually 3-5 large eggs can be found inside a Dog Fish (shark), when you buy it whole, instead of filet. The eggs are essentially yolks, slightly larger than chicken egg yolk, and , as we mentioned in our earlier posts, is a very nutritious food. Please do not discard. They can be used in variety of methods, and definitely can substitute chicken eggs in recipes. From omelets to pastries, shark eggs will add unique, exotic flavor to your ordinary egg dishes.

Shark Egg Scones with Cheddar Recipe
Ingredients:
4 shark eggs
1 cup milk
½ cup sugar
Pinch salt
½ cup olive oil
¼ cup grated cheddar
1/2 tsp orange rind, finely grated
1 tbsp. lemon juice
3 cups flower
½ tsp baking soda

Mix all liquid ingredients well, add cheddar, salt, sugar and orange rind. Add flower and baking soda, mix to create thick batter. Place on backing sheet and bake at 350F till golden.
It is delicious, kids loved it too!

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About Anya Pozdeeva, vifarms

Vertically Integrated Urbarn Aquaponics, Permaponics, Permaculture and Sustainable Living, New York Style! www.vifarms.com
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5 Responses to Shark Egg Scones with Cheddar

  1. Gabrielle Stommel says:

    WOW THIS IS SO COOL!!!!!

  2. Rabbit says:

    Do you happen to know of other edible shark eggs… specifically, do you know if bamboo shark eggs are edible?

    • as a rule, all eggs are edible and nutritious. reptiles, birds, fish, even ant eggs are popular in Mexico and among Australian natives. I have never heard of fresh eggs that are toxic , the flavor, however, can vary…:)

      • Rabbit says:

        This is what I figured as well… but I found out long nose gar eggs are poisonous… I am specifically curious about bamboo shark eggs… the yolks are turquoise!

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