Eggs are one of nature’s perfect foods because they are tasty, versatile, inexpensive and full of nutrients. They can stand alone as a scrumptious dish or as a leavening agent for baked goods. If your family are egg fans, you will want to try my unique collection of egg recipes. From savory deviled eggs to classic Eggs Benedict, these recipes will give you a new appreciation for the humble egg.
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This recipe calls for eggs, bulk breakfast sausage, and a few other pantry staples. The curried mayo is easy to make and complements the creamy egg yolk centers well. Such easy recipes for beginners always work well for novice cooks.
For less than a couple of dollars and a little mayo and spices, you can quickly make 24 yummy deviled egg halves. They look fancy when you put them in a deviled egg dish and add a pinch of paprika for color. Deviled eggs are the perfect appetizer if you are looking to stretch the dollar for a large family.
Serve breakfast up Mexican-style with my hearty version of huevos rancheros. It is a classic combination of golden fried eggs on corn tortillas, layered with refried beans, zesty sauce and spicy chorizo sausage. Top them with avocado, shredded cheese and a generous dollop of sour cream. Try this dish for brunch!
Change up your breakfast menu with my crunchy matzo brei! Make a simple batter with crushed matzo and eggs, then season with salt & pepper. That’s it! Fry them golden brown and enjoy with jam, maple syrup or a dollop of applesauce. These are a traditional treat for the Jewish Passover holiday.
Once you try this Eggs Benedict recipe, you will no longer be too intimidated to make it. Poaching eggs is as easy as boiling them. After you toast the English muffins and heat the Canadian bacon, you layer them with a poached egg. With a little care, your Hollandaise sauce will be velvety smooth and delicious. Serve your elegant dish with a side of fresh greens and a simple vinaigrette.
If you have never had baked eggs fresh from the oven, this recipe will be a treat for you! It features a delicious mixture of sautéed mushrooms, fresh herbs, and spinach, layered in individual ramekins. Crack an egg on top, add cream and a touch of Parmesan cheese and bake until golden brown. This is one of my favorite brunch ideas.
Introduce your family to this classic Israeli comfort dish that is just as tasty for dinner as it is for breakfast. It is a one-dish wonder that blends poached eggs in a vibrant and spicy tomato sauce. Serve it with plenty of warm pitas to soak up the flavorful juices.
Frittatas are a classic Italian egg dish that often incorporate vegetables, cheese, and savory spices. This tasty version includes sautéed spring asparagus and broccoli. Topped with a frothy egg mixture with cheese and put it in the oven. It is a one-pan delight that is ready in less than 30 minutes!