Eggnog

Does eggnog really scramble if you steam it without milk?

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billagirly

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I hear eggnog scrambles when it's steamed and not cut with milk... fact or fiction? I've only steamed it with a little milk, never by itself.
 

equus007

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most eggnogs at least. Original recipe has plenty but most dairies in Texas at least do not actually use egg anymore.

Original recipe calls for rum too:)
 
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billagirly

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Re: duh

equus007 said:
there is no egg in eggnog

I know that Borden, at least, does have egg yolks in their eggnog.
(quote from their website: "Borden® EggNog is a pure, wholesome dairy beverage made with quality dairy ingredients including skim milk, cream and egg yolks for traditional flavor and richness.")

I guess I'll try steaming pure eggnog with my little home espresso machine, so as not to risk having scrambled eggnog in the wand at the shop!!
 

equus007

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eggy

Used to use borden at a shop and when I think about it the wand did get a rather solid crepe-like coating on it after a few drinks(even w/cleaning)
 

schmellen

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eggnoggin

we steam eggnog with chai, we froth it for lattes, and we make it on its own without any issues. I prefer the lowfat eggnog, just 'cause it steams nicer, but we've used both.
 
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