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    Default Home made curried egg?

    Hi all,

    Trying to find some lunch inspiration as I was big on ham and cheese or ham and salad pre-pregnancy. I thought of boiling up some eggs and making curried eggs for a sandwich; is this safe to eat the next day?

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    Yes fine but I'd eat it the next day

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    Most mayos bought off the shelf from the supermarket are fine to eat. It's home made mayo you need to be wary of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by summastarlet View Post
    Most mayos bought off the shelf from the supermarket are fine to eat. It's home made mayo you need to be wary of.
    Store brought mayo is fine as it has no raw egg in it. Restaurant stuff is a no no.

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    I need curried eggs right now!

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    I actually don't put mayo in mine anyway, but if I did it'd be an off the shelf one. Thanks for all the advice ladies, this food thing is a minefield!

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    Quote Originally Posted by detajach View Post
    I need curried eggs right now!
    Me too
    I want to make those devilled eggs I think it is. Gluten intolerant so no bread so the curried egg bit in the hole from the yoke. My gran used to make them and I havnt had them in years!!

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    Also, on the mayo front, so long as it's pasteurized it's not a problem is that right??
    So store bought mayo/aoli/potato salad dressings are fine right??

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    Also, on the mayo front, so long as it's pasteurized it's not a problem is that right??
    So store bought mayo/aoli/potato salad dressings are fine right??
    Yup, most of the mayo/aioli/dressings u buy off the shelf in the stores/supermarkets are pasteurized (to last longer) so is safe.

    Be careful of the ones u buy in the cold section as might have raw egg.

    In restaurants, make sure u ask. Some large chains (ie mcd's) use pasteurized stuff coz they bulk buy mass produced stuff to distribute to stores. Some (ie urban burger) actually source "homemade" stuff so contains raw egg.

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