Almost all eggs are Kosher. Under Kosher dietary laws, neutral eggs are considered neither milk nor meat and may be eaten with either.
Kosher-certified eggs are produced according to biblical laws governing the selection and preparation of foods. These eggs are produced by hens at egg farms which have been inspected by a rabbi and found to merit the OU designation.
Baked custard with noodles or potatoes served as a savory side dish or sweetened for dessert. Traditionally served on Jewish Sabbath meals.
– See Custard, Baked