One emu egg is about the size of a dozen chicken eggs. It has a multi-layered shell consisting of different colors that are often times used in a variety of crafts.
Emu eggs are rich and creamy; very similar to a duck egg. Eat them any way you would a regular egg: omelettes, scrambled, over easy, frittatas, pancakes and more! They are very light and fluffy in texture. Hard boiling one can take well over an hour!
Emu eggs are
Emu eggs are richer in MUFA and PUFA than chicken eggs.
Emu eggs contain 31% saturated and 68% unsaturated fats.
Emu eggs contain all eight of the essential amino acids (as do chicken eggs).
The yolk is paler than a chicken’s egg and accounts for about 45% of the egg.
Approximately 670 calories
Nutritional Breakdown according to a paper written by Warale and Collegues:
Ash (minerals): 1.78%
Dry matter: 51.14%