We see many different terms when cooking or baking with eggs. Here are some of the common terms used for beating whole eggs and egg yolks.
The eggs are beaten with a fork or a whisk, just until the egg whites and yolks are blended.
The eggs are beaten with a whisk, egg beater, blender, or electric mixer until they are frothy, light, and even in color.
Thick and Light Lemon Colored
The eggs are beaten with an electric mixer for about 5 minutes, until thick and light lemon-colored.
Egg yolks and sugar are beaten with a whisk or electric mixer for about 3 minutes, until the mixture forms a "ribbon" when dropped from the beaters or a spoon.
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