1. TastyReuben

    Do You Check Your Eggs?

    Assuming you're buying your eggs at a market of some type, do you open the carton and check each one for cracks, or are you the type to say, "I ain't got time for that!" My own anecdotal evidence is that about 80% of people do not check their eggs. I see shopper after shopper just grab a...
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    Mini-Frittata Pinwheels.jpg

  3. Yorky

    Recipe Padt Krapow Gai

    Ingredients. 80 ml Chicken stock 1 tblsp Soy sauce 2 tsp Fish sauce 1 tsp Sugar 2 tblsp Olive oil 500 gm Chicken pieces 1 Small onion, minced 6 Garlic cloves, minced 6 Thai chillis, minced 1 handfull Basil, shredded. 1 egg, fried Method Slice the chicken thinly and keep aside. Mix the...
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    Baked-potato egg.jpeg

  5. Morning Glory

    Recipe Kaffir Lime Rice & Egg Salad

    Kaffir lime is a very bitter lime with a knobbly skin. The flesh is not generally used, but the peel and leaves have an intense, heady perfume. You can use either the leaves or the dried peel here. The fresh leaves are available in some supermarkets in the UK, or you can buy them frozen...
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    Egg in Purgatory with leftover sausage ragout.jpeg

  7. medtran49

    Recipe Butter roasted egg masala

    I served this with vegetable biryani and naan. There wasn't enough gravy for us, so I have doubled the amount of gravy in the recipe below. INGREDIENTS: 4 eggs, soft boiled, shelled 4-1/2 Tbsp butter, divided 1-1/2 cups chopped onion 2 cups deseeded, chopped ripe tomatoes 20 whole cashew...
  8. Yorky

    Recipe Khow Padt Gai

    Thai Chicken Fried Rice. My intention was to cook this today but the beneficiary of my old fridge/freezer didn't collect it yesterday so I have two large appliances in my kitchen which have reduced the area available for food preparation. I hope to cook it tomorrow and shall then add some...
  9. rascal

    Perfect poached eggs

    Yorky and morning glory wondered how I found this poached egg method. Now I'm open to try new things, I normally just boil water in a frypan and cook. You know how some things pop,up on your screen, well this popped up the other day. The only link I could remember was Nats $$$ m@@@' only...
  10. Mountain Cat

    Recipe Breakfast in Japan: Oyakodon

    I derived this from J. Kenji Alt-Lopez's YouTube cooking videos he's putting up recently. Apparently, the term "oyakodon" relates to "parent and child" - the name sounds like a derivative of a prescription painkiller, however. The parent is chicken, the child is the egg. (The egg in this...
  11. Morning Glory

    Recipe Two Plated Salads with Whipped Feta and Kefir Dressing

    This simple to make dressing provides a surprising salty tangy twist to salads. There are many ways you could use it, but use it sparingly. Its best and prettiest when drizzled, dotted or swirled over a plated salad, I think. The recipe makes enough for at least four plated salads. You could add...
  12. Morning Glory

    Recipe Cheese & Jalapeño Omelette with Tomato Salsa

    Strong cheddar and melty mild mozzarella with pickled hot jalapeño peppers make up this spicy omelette filling. The tomato salsa adds a fresh tangy contrast. I used chives and fresh oregano in the salsa as its what I had to hand, but coriander leaves would be good (probably better!). I usually...
  13. Morning Glory

    Recipe Two Salads with Olives

    Olives are a great way to liven up a salad. Their bitter, tang works particularly well with ingredients such as anchovy, avocado, bacon, celery, cheese (particularly feta and goat’s cheese), chicken, eggs, tomatoes and potatoes. Here are two salads which use some of those ingredients: 1...
  14. Morning Glory

    Recipe Spicy Roasted Pepper Shakshuka with Green Olives

    There are several versions of eggs cooked in spicy tomato sauce around the world. For example: Italian 'Eggs in Purgatory', Mexican 'Ranch Eggs (Huavos Ranchos)' and Middle Eastern 'Shakshuka'. In this version, tangy and savoury green olives work perfectly with the hot spicy sauce and silky...
  15. Morning Glory

    Fried pasta?

    This was a bit of an experiment. I was intending to make a raviolo stuffed with spinach and egg yolk. I was using shop bought fresh lasagne sheets which required soaking in boiling water for a minute. Well I found that even though I dried the sheets carefully, I couldn't make the edges of the...
  16. Mountain Cat

    Recipe South Indian Egg Curry, with Veggies and Coconut

    (Serve over rice, garnish with cilantro if available or desired. ) South Indian Egg Curry, with Veggies and Coconut Prep Time: 30 minutes, more or less. (excluding egg boiling and eggplant resting) Cook Time: About 30 minutes. Rest Time: Unnecessary. Serves: 4. Cuisine: South Indian...
  17. Saranak

    Recipe Frittata Di Ricotta Al Forno.

    Ciao everyone, For this I use Crespone Salumi, most Deli should have. Crespone Salumi most often will be made from coarse ground pork that is blended with sherry, garlic and seasonings to give a rich red color and delicate sweet flavor. The meat may be lightly smoked, then cured and air-dried...
  18. BWinCA

    Recipe Two egg recipes I love

    [Mod Edit: Recipes copied to form new thread - forum policy] I have two recipes which I love. The first one was an invention of mine. I like fusion dishes and I put one together which I am very pleased with and serve to guests whenever they stay with us: #1 Egg on Ciabatta Ingredients (single...
  19. MypinchofItaly

    Recipe Deep-Fried Egg Yolk

    Serves 4, Preparation time 15-20 mins + about 3 hours refrigerate, Cooking time for each yolk – 1 minute Egg, 8 (we estimated 2 yolks each guest) Breadcrumbs, to taste Peanuts oil for a deep-frying, 1lt a pinch of salt Fresh baby spinach, to taste Method In a bowl or in a plate, create a...
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    Traditional Neapolitan Eggs in Purgatory.jpeg

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