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What a great idea, and good to. Thank you for posting

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Dave C May 31, 2002

This was so tasty!! I also steamed some spinach and served them with onion bagels. Perhaps the only way I will ever eat poached eggs again!

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Joygi March 07, 2003

Very tasty...right up there with the smokey eggs posted by Sahara.

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Cosmicwench December 07, 2002

Refreshing was the first thing that came to my mind. This wasnt too spicy, it just put a nice wonderful flavour in the eggs. Never tasted anything like it. I didnt butter my toast either since I was out of it but it wasnt necessary. I will deffinitely be making the a regular meal.

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Tara June 13, 2002

for a person on diet such tasty low cal. food is a blessing. brilliant idea, i love it. thanks for such a great recipe :)

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Fouzia Parkar June 04, 2002

What a wonderful idea. At first I thought hmm curry for breakfast??? I don't know! And I am not a great fan of poached eggs at the best of times nor is my son. However, these eggs are very nice and look pretty to boot. I had yellow coloured eggs sitting on toast with sprigs of fresh coriander as a garnish. Very little effort for an inviting presentation that tasted great. Poached eggs will now be on our breakfast menu. By the way, Dear Son got breakfast in bed so he said "Thank You Dorothy" cause it's the first time he has had brekkie in bed since he was a wee boy.

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Chrissyo June 03, 2002

This was a real tasty twist...I did not butter the toast and used it to drizzle on the cooked egg instead and had that side up i.e. having egg on a bed of one brown bread slice. Post some more quickies like this which are so good on taste. Smiles :-) Mini

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Mini Ravindran June 03, 2002

Maybe the curry powder I used just didn't have the umph I wanted. But it did give me the idea to sprinkle extra curry powder over the cooked eggs and this worked well for me!! Unique idea for poached eggs.

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Tebo March 12, 2004

You'll never eat plain poached eggs again! If you aren't a fan of curry, don't worry, it just adds a bit of spice and is not overwhelming at all. I didn't have turmeric and added a dash of garlic powder instead. I topped an english muffin spritzed with butter spray with these eggs and it was delicious. The only downside I could report is that your kitchen will smell like curry for a little while, but its worth it!

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shimmerchk December 18, 2003

Who would have thought of curried poached eggs?? These were so delicious - everyone now begs me to make them! I followed the recipe exactly - it turned out perfect

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SuzieQue May 18, 2003
Curried Poached Eggs