DUCK EGG

CLARENCE COURT® GLADYS MAY’S BRADDOCK WHITE DUCK EGGS

Duck eggs with broad bean and new potato

What makes a Clarence Court® Braddock White egg worth a try?

From their translucent, ivory white eggshells to the light, creamy yolks, Clarence Court® duck eggs bring a new meaning to "go large" for recipes. Gladys May Duck eggs are made for exceptionally light baking and some people once they have had duck egg never go back to hens eggs for breakfast.

So go ahead and fold them into meringues, crème brulees or cakes or simply whip up a fancy omelette for breakfast. Their light yolks and creamy taste will rise to the occasion every time.

WHEN TO ENJOY

In season all year round

Our duck eggs are also fantastic to decorate. It’s the egg that keeps on giving.

Most of our duck eggs are sourced from our speciality farm in West Cornwall.

EVERYDAY PREPARATION

Duck eggs make the tastiest omelettes.
See the video below by Mark Hix, showing how to cook an omelette:

How to cook an omelette video

What if I have a favourite recipe already – can I use duck eggs instead?

You can easily substitute Clarence Court® duck eggs for hen eggs. Most dessert recipes ask for large eggs and these are larger than a medium hen’s egg and absolutely perfect for desserts.

Impress your friends with these delicious recipes

to see all of our duck egg recipes.

DID YOU KNOW?

In popular Asian cuisine, ‘Thousand Year Old’ duck eggs are really only about 50 to 100 days old. The raw eggs are covered with a coating of lime, ashes, salt and buried in holes.