In a recipe it should work. Most recipes, when mentioning eggs, mean large eggs as these are the most common. Unless the recipe is very precise on the type of eggs, adding 4 medium will not affect it too much.
1 large egg = 2 oz
1 extra large = 2.25 oz
4 extra lg eggs = 9 oz = 4,5 large eggs
4.6 large eggs is the same as 4 extra large
Under USDA egg grading, 4 large eggs are 217.6 grams. 3 extra large are 206.4 grams. Each grade of eggs is about 8 grams heavier than the lower one.
4 jumbo is 280 grams. 5 EL eggs is 308 gm.
4 EL and one small is 287 gm , that's as close as you'll get.
6 should be good.
4 large is 225 gm. 4 EL is 245 gm
9 large eggs equals 7.2 extra large.
3 or 4 extra large eggs will about equal 5 large eggs.
Two extra large is approximately 124 gm. Three small is 121 gm
4 large is 210 gm. 3 extra large is 206 gm
That's a hard question. According to my studies, it takes 2 extra eggs.
7 Large eggs equal 15 ounces
That is approximately 3 'large' size eggs.
4 medium egg whites equal 2 extra large
Approximately 4 large eggs in a cup
Jumbo, or Extra-Large eggs weigh 71-73g depending on the country of sale; large eggs weigh 63-73g, so you should use seven large eggs to approximate six jumbo eggs.