1) Eggs, divided - 3
2) Golden dill English muffin - 1
3) Butterhead lettuce - 2 to 4 leaves
4) Onion - 2 slices
5) Crab meat, fancy white - 4.25 Oz. tin or can
6) Lox - 4 pieces
7) Shrimp, baby - 1/2 of a 4 Oz. tin or can
8) Scallion - 1
This is another of my old mushroom recipes from the now defunct BBC Vegetarian Good food Magazine back from 1994(?) . I have also found a similar version (minus the garlic and parsley) in an old Guardian article from 2001.
100g plain flour
75ml soya milk
First of all: yes, you can have crab meat for breakfast. It's expensive, but you're worth it! Secondly, yes, an Eggs Oscar is basically an Eggs Benedict with crab meat. If I really need to tell you any more to convince you of how awesome it is, then why are you reading this recipe?
OK - here´s the recipe for my favourite egg curry.
Kashmiri Egg Korma
( Serves 4)
20 blanched almonds (or cashews) soaked in hot water for 30 minutes
1 large onion, diced
4 cloves garlic, peeled and chopped
1 inch piece of fresh ginger, grated
3-4 small green chiles , chopped
Golden Dill English Muffins:
NOTE: English Muffins are a simple recipe and among available recipes, those recipes do not vary much, except with tweaks to ingredients and procedure.
1) Flour, unbleached - 3 cups
2) Semolina - as required
3) Yeast, fast acting dry - 1/4 Oz.
Tea poached eggs and crispy prosciutto
Serves 1-2 | Cooking time 10 min
This is a modified version of (breakfast) eggs and bacon.
✧ 12-15 g/0.4-0.5 oz prosciutto crudo (1 slice)
✧ 25 g/0.88 oz/0.22 sticks salted butter
✧ 2 teaspoons chil(l)i flakes
✧ 2-3 tablespoons soy sauce
Most egg drop soups are boring. If you look at what it takes to make one, it's understandable. Most just involve chicken stock, eggs, and cornstarch. I decided to add some mushrooms, and got carried away a bit by the quantity. It's not traditional, but: my kitchen, my rules.
Below: the soup is simmering.
Our chickens were unsexed red broilers, and one turned out to be a hen. We discovered an unlaid whole egg with shell and all, and a bundle of unlaid egg yolks held together by membranes, within her. My assistant was eager for me not to toss these treats out...
This dish is widespread in Chinese restaurants and 'Tze Char' eateries in Singapore. It doesn't have a lot of ingredients and is quite easy to do though there are a couple of stages, one of which involves deep-frying, though that is very fast.
Salted Duck Eggs are available in Asian...