This recipe comes from Urbain Dubois & Emile Bernard, "La Cuisine classique", 1864. Yes 1864. The flavor is great, and placing the parmesan cheese into the eggs separates the cheese flavors. Preparation time includes grating the cheese and mixing the eggs. Cooking times very to taste. Some like eggs well done, I prefer them just set. This I leave up to you to decide. This recipe yields 2 servings.
Super easy and tasty! USe your favorite hard cheese--cheddar, swiss, etc. I like a very sharp cheddar. With a teflon pan you can use your fork to loosen them and slide out of the pan--very easy cleanup. Thank you *Derf* for the photo. You made my recipe look even better than it tastes!
This is one of my favourite streetside snacks in Taiwan. It is extremely easy to make and tastes great on its own as a snack or in a lunch box. Could also be sliced and presented with cold meats as a starter. I usually make it without measuring anything, so these measures are estimates.
Two yellow orbs, surrounded by white in a sea of red. Been there, done that. This is an ehanced and scaled down variation of Poached Eggs in Catsup posted by Darlene Summers. A little tartness has been added to counter the sweet catsup and extra liquid was added to accommodate cooking smaller portions in a standard frying pan. Some people might want to add just a dash of hot sauce. Cooking is a Creative Sport.
A great way to get your omega-3 (being or composed of polyunsaturated fatty acids that have the final double bond in the hydrocarbon chain between the third and fourth carbon atoms from one end of the molecule and that are found especially in fish, fish oils, vegetable oils, and green leafy vegetable.
Prepared Horseradish with beets mixed with sour cream to make a pink color to top the eggs for Easter.
A friend of mine dragged me out of my Williamsburg hideout to Red Hook in Brooklyn one morning where I had one of the nicest fusion breakfasts in a long time. The restaurant was called The Good Fork, and has fantastic Korean/American food. A quick google, and I found a recipe that was in Bon Appetit's feature of the restaurant. I've made only slight modifications. If you are totally averse to runny eggs, I suggest you skip this recipe. The yolk totally completes this dish.
Cooking time does not include overnight marinating time.
Tater tots in muffin pan with eggs--baked in the oven. A great breakfast for kids. Quick, easy and not messy. There is no salt since the potatoes are seasoned. Some like to put A-1 sauce on their potatoes.
My husband heard this on TV years ago, we tried it and we all loved it!! Watch them closely to keep the tortilla from getting too brown and crunchy. Cook time is approximate. Servings according to what you need
I can't believe I like this dish as much as I do. I was surprised. This is a variation of a rather bland scrambled egg mix that I found on the net but turning it onto an egg foo yung is really special. Add your own favorite things but this is a good start. If you add water chestnuts, ham, shrimp, pork, whatever- then you will have to adjust the cooking time. This is a basic recipe- make it your own. But an easy recipe to amend- as soon as the egg is set- then it is done! I really love this and it is so good for a family on a budget or a bachelor short on time. If you want a terrific egg foo yung sauce then try this one Recipe#45270 .
A delicious main dish that uses up those leftover hard boiled eggs from Easter. The lady who prepared this on the show said that her mother used to make this dish often during Lent. I adapted this recipe from one I saw on "Calling All Cooks" on Food Network. This recipe halves beautifully. This is not a particularly spicy dish, just rich in flavor. (Note:There is no curry powder in this recipe - you are essentially making your own blend using various spices.)
I learned this recipe while I was taking a home economics class in high school (a long time ago). I have prepared these 'eggs in a basket' for my children for Easter fun when they were small. They are all grown up now and they still insist on the 'eggs in a basket' each and every Easter. My hubby really likes them too.
This was a recipe of my grandmother and maybe her mothers. My grandmother was born in 1869. These eggs were always a favorite in our easter baskets,as well as those of my children. If you ask, someone in produce will be happy to provide you with the onion skins.
Pat yourselves on the back, Recipe*zaarites! I took all your best egg salad ideas and came up with this recipe which is certain to win me a big Blue Ribbon at the County Fair! Full flavor and slightly sweet with no sugar added and nice eye appeal. (No doubt, there is sugar in the relish). A great brunch idea.