per 100 grams
Carbohydrates 1.5 g
Proteins 12.8 g
Fats 13.8 g
Water 70.8 g
Fiber 0 ug
Ash 1.1 grams

Duck Eggs

185 Calories per 100g

and how to cook with them

As someone who loves to explore new ingredients and flavors in the kitchen, I recently decided to dive into the world of Duck eggs. This culinary adventure has been one of the most interesting experiences I have had, as I discovered a unique ingredient that can be crafted in various ways. In this blog post, I'll share with you what a duck egg is, and how to cook with them.

What is a Duck Egg?

A duck egg is a large, oval-shaped egg that is typically brown and speckled in appearance. Duck eggs come in a range of colors, ranging from white to chestnut, depending on the breed of duck it is taken from. Duck eggs are often slightly bigger than a normal chicken egg and its exterior composition is thicker and harder than the average chicken eggshell.

Duck eggs are packed with vital vitamins and minerals, such as protein, Vitamin A, Vitamin B12, and essential fatty acids such as omega 3. These properties make duck eggs a delicious and nutritious food choice.

How To Cook With Duck Eggs?

Duck eggs are an incredibly versatile ingredient, and can be used in almost any recipe that calls for chicken eggs. Duck eggs are delicious boiled, fried, scrambled, poached, and baked. One interesting and unique way to use duck eggs is to smoke them.

When smoking duck eggs, first use a smoker, heat it to a medium-high heat, about 275 degrees. Place the duck eggs in the smoker for about 10 minutes and then carefully remove them. The eggs will have a hard exterior and slightly chewy interior. Serve hot or cold as a side dish or appetizer or use them in salads, sandwiches, or omelets.

One of my favorite dishes to make with duck eggs is an omelette. Start by whisking 2-3 duck eggs in a bowl and season with salt, pepper, and any other herbs and spices you like. Heat 1-2 tablespoons of butter in a pan over medium heat. Once the butter is melted add the eggs and cook the omelette until lightly browned, about 4-5 minutes. Transfer the omelette to a plate and serve with vegetables, herbs, cheese, or whatever ingredients you like.

Making a frittata is another great way to cook with duck eggs. Start by preheating your oven to 375 degrees. In a large bowl, whisk together 6-7 duck eggs and season with salt and pepper. Then, melt 2-3 tablespoons of butter in a large oven-safe skillet over medium-high heat. Add the egg mixture and cook until lightly set, about 3-4 minutes. Then, top the frittata with ingredients such as cooked vegetables or cooked meats, or both. Place the skillet in the oven and cook until the eggs are cooked through and the center is set, about 15-20 minutes. Serve warm.


After exploring the world of duck eggs, it is clear that cooking with them offers exciting possibilities in the kitchen. Not only are duck eggs incredibly delicious, but they are also incredibly nutritious and packed with nutrients. From boiled eggs, fried eggs, scrambled eggs, smoked eggs, to frittatas and omelettes, there are endless ways to use duck eggs in the kitchen. So if you’re looking for a unique ingredient to kick up your cooking, consider adding duck eggs to your ingredient list.