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    If you like Huevos Rancheros you will like this.

    Recipe #465881

    1 Reviews |  By Sara 76

    This recipe is so easy, but so yummy, and looks really impressive!

    Recipe #290457

    This didn't make much sense when I first learned of this recipe, but now I'm seeing more and more purposes.

    Recipe #280471

    Another recipe from "Can-Am Cooks" from the World Police and Fire Games! Posted for ZWT#6...

    Recipe #427047

    From Vegetarian Times magazine, yet another twist on egg salad. :) Cooking time includes time to cook the eggs.

    Recipe #74215

    This is a very old British tradition & method of colouring and dying eggs to be boiled and eaten on Good Friday & throughout the Easter weekend. There are commercial dyes available nowadays, but I still prefer the traditional natural methods of colouring my Easter Pace Eggs – onions skins (and also spinach & beetroot water). The name Pace is thought to derive from the French word for Easter, Pâques…and in some parts of Britain – mainly Lancashire in the North West, these eggs are rolled down a hill, the winner being the owner of the egg which goes the furthest and has the least cracks or breaks in it! It is also traditional to give one of these eggs to each person who visits your home throughout the Easter period - what a wonderful alternative to the commercially over packaged chocolate eggs!

    Recipe #221017

    13 Reviews |  By WiGal

    From Romancing The Avocado by Patricia Jinich. Timing does not include cooking the eggs.

    Recipe #414865

    These are adorable and pretty easy to make, just a tad time-consuming....but worth the smiles they receive!! Hope you try them for Easter or a spring brunch! :)

    Recipe #159619

    This is one of the tapas recipes that I use either as a appetizer or side dish or just a snack. Adjust the amounts of ingredients and seasonings to your taste.

    Recipe #369143

    Freshly boiled eggs are encased in a herb flavoured sausage “jacket” and are then deep-fried until golden and crisp, delicious! Contrary to popular belief, Scotch eggs are not Scottish, and they were actually invented by the famous London department store “Fortnum & Mason” in 1738, where they are still available today. The word "Scotch" is an old English word meaning to chop or mince, and obviously, the eggs are covered with “chopped or minced” pork sausage meat, hence the name Scotch Eggs. They are traditional British picnic food but I also like to serve them as a light lunch or snack, and they make a wonderful addition to the buffet table. These tasty traditional English specialities have had bad press over the years; mainly down to commercial mass production, but if you make them at home with fresh, free-range eggs and the best quality sausage meat, they will taste divine, and they will always be the stars of the picnic hamper or family lunch table! PLEASE use high quality sausage meat or sausages, with at least 70% meat content.Historical Note: Founded in 1707, Fortnum & Mason (F&M) stocks "food fit for a queen". The 300-year-old British department store, famous for its jams, teas, and sauces, provides the Queen with her annual supply of Christmas puddings and holds the "Royal Warrant. NB: You can use quail's eggs with great results too - perfect for an elegant appetiser or starter. (The optional mixed spice is for those who like a spicy meat coating, it is mentioned in some old recipes, but I don't always use it.)

    Recipe #408043

    Plan ahead these need to chill for 3 hours before serving, these are really good! Make certain that eggs are completely cooled before slicing in half and butter is very soft but not melted, you can adjust all ingredients to taste

    Recipe #210940

    30 Reviews |  By Bergy

    When I want a soft boiled egg I want the yolk soft and the white firm. The boiling time has a lot to do with your elevation. 5 minutes is perfect for an elevation of 1100 ft (330 meters) if you are nearer sea level decrease the boiling time if at a higher elevation increase the time. I was surprised that there wasn't a recipe for soft boiled eggs posted (just one with saltine crackers) So simple as it may be I am sure there are many that struggle for the perfect boiled egg. Invest in an egg pricker, a little tool that will prick a small hole in the bottom of the egg allowing the air to escape, preventing the egg from cracking as it boils

    Recipe #163724

    Adapted from Mollie Katzen's Sunlight Cafe Cookboook. Lots of Greek flavors here! Try to use fresh herbs! Serve with some nice toasted whole grain bread and fresh fruit.

    Recipe #222468

    23 Reviews |  By Debber

    The original recipe came from a set of photo-recipe cards and was called "Eggs Lorraine," which just HAPPENS to be my mom's name! We fell in love with 'em, and when I made them for my folks, I ended up giving them a set of ramekins so they could make 'em at home, too! COOL THING: pop 'em in the oven, then get dressed for the day. By the time you're ready, so are the eggies! NOTE: This recipe is for ONE serving, just repeat for each additional portion.

    Recipe #208437

    The inhabitants of Scotland seem to have a mania for deep fried food; they are notorious for deep frying Mars bars. Scotch Eggs are one of their better efforts in this tradition. However, these are just as good baked and a great deal less greasy.

    Recipe #69970

    These pickled eggs taste just like the eggs that general stores used to sell! Add 1 cup beet juice if you'd like pink pickled eggs.

    Recipe #29150

    Once you make these eggs you will *never* go back to your old way again, this is the way the higher end restaurants prepare their eggs ----for six eggs you may increase the milk by 1 tablespoon, do not add in more than 1/4 teaspoon baking powder --- if you are not afraid of some extra calories for 4 eggs use 2 tablespoons whipping cream in place of low-fat milk :)

    Recipe #251220

    Yummy eggs in a buttery tomato sauce. Serve over nice crusty bread.

    Recipe #360486

    A great little appetizer from the California Avocado Commision. You may leave out the egg yolks or add them in!

    Recipe #192196

    If you like pickled onions and beets along with your eggs, you'll like this recipe. The juniper berries can be eliminated.

    Recipe #230468

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