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    Sour eggs

    Sat Nov 19, 2011 5:22 am
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    Does anyone recognize this, thanks,
    Mia in Germany
    Tue Nov 22, 2011 2:53 am
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    Hi wave.gif

    Yes, I recognize sour eggs. Basically it's boiled eggs with a gravy, kind of roux with a little sugar and vinegar and fried pieces of bacon. Usually served with steamed or mashed potatoes.

    Lost eggs, on the other hand, are just poached eggs.
    Koechin (Chef)
    Wed Dec 07, 2011 6:40 pm
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    Have been gone a while and just saw this. It brought up very old memories. My mother served these ofte but as a child I must say they were not my favorite. I looked them up in a very old German cookbook and here is what they said:
    Sour or losteggs are either soft boile or poached eggs served with or in a Mustard or bacon sauce.

    The ones with bacon sauce are carefully put directly into a large skillet in which the sauce was made. Then poached until done.
    My mother served them with mustard sauce. The eggs were soft boiled, peeled and placed directly into the mustard sauce. Bothversions are described as served with mashe potatoes.
    If anyone wants the sauce recipes I would be happy to translate and post them. Merry Christmas To All!!!
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