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Egg Recipes and Info

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  • Raw eggs are as safe as any other foodstuff, providing that they are handled following hygienic food-safety standards.

    Is It Safe to Eat Raw Eggs?

    Is It Safe to Eat Raw Eggs?

    by Kymberly Fergusson35

  • Fried eggs seem like a fairly simple production. Actually, there are a number of things that can go wrong when frying an egg, and this page addresses each of them in turn.

    How to Make the Perfect Fried Egg

    How to Make the Perfect Fried Egg

    by Gordon Hamilton22

  • Yes, you can poach an egg just like the fancy restaurants do, simply by using a microwave. In fact, that's probably how the fancy restaurants do it, too. Here is a tried and proven, step-by-step procedure to poach an egg quickly, exactly to your liking.

    Perfect Poached Eggs in the Microwave

    Perfect Poached Eggs in the Microwave

    by Chris Mills15

  • Do you love omelets for breakfast? I do! They're a great source of protein, and so delicious, too. Today, I will teach you one of the most popular omelet recipes that I make onboard our cruise ship.

    How to Make Water Spinach and Mushroom Omelet

    How to Make Water Spinach and Mushroom Omelet

    by Dred Cuan6

  • Pickled eggs. You either hate them or love them. Well, for the pickled egg lovers out there I have worked on a spicy recipe for some time and I think it is now just about perfect! I hope you enjoy.

    The Best Spicy Pickled Eggs Recipe

    The Best Spicy Pickled Eggs Recipe

    by Jason Poquette199

  • Ingredients used in making deviled eggs, along with potatoes, makes this a delicious Deviled Egg Potato Salad. It's a great side dish at summer picnics or anytime during the year.

    Deviled Egg Potato Salad Recipe

    Deviled Egg Potato Salad Recipe

    by Claudia Mitchell45

  • Quail eggs: How do I love thee; let me count the ways. Tiny, tasty, and easy to cook. I purchased a dozen quail eggs from a friend at the farmer's market. He asked for recipes. Here is what happened.

    How to Use One Dozen Quail Eggs

    How to Use One Dozen Quail Eggs

    by Linda Lum14

  • Duck eggs make a wonderfully tasty and refreshing change from chicken eggs and can largely be cooked almost exactly the same way. This page features ten different ways in which you can cook duck eggs (or chicken eggs) in order to help ensure your egg recipes and dishes never become boring or repetitive.

    How to Cook Duck Eggs 10 Different Ways

    How to Cook Duck Eggs 10 Different Ways

    by Gordon Hamilton29

  • If you're craving a soft-boiled egg that is cooked to perfection, this easy recipe is for you. The eggs are cooked so that the yolk is runny, but the egg white is still firm. They're easy to peel after sitting in an ice bath, and they make for a quick breakfast on busy mornings! Enjoy!

    Amazing Soft-Boiled Eggs

    Amazing Soft-Boiled Eggs

    by Lisa Bean4

  • We've all been at a potluck where there were several different trays of deviled eggs. Some taste fantastic... and some? Yikes. Why aren't they good? I'm about to explain what makes a delicious deviled egg, plus tell you how you can make the best deviled eggs ever.

    World's Best Deviled Eggs Recipe

    World's Best Deviled Eggs Recipe

    by Buster Bucks47

  • Fresh eggs, cage-free eggs, free-range eggs, grade A eggs, brown eggs, white eggs: what's the difference? Here's a primer on egg quality and how raising your own eggs—or buying them locally from a hobby farmer—can put a tastier egg on your table.

    A Fresh Egg Primer

    A Fresh Egg Primer

    by Marcy J. Miller0

  • Making a perfectly cooked, sunny-side-up egg is simple once you know a few little tricks. Seven easy steps, and you'll have another awesome kitchen trick under your belt—and a delicious breakfast!

    How to Fry the Perfect Sunny-Side-Up Eggs

    How to Fry the Perfect Sunny-Side-Up Eggs

    by Jan Charles0

  • The versatile egg can be boiled, poached, fried, scrambled, made into a quiche or a cake and more. Here you'll find some time-tested secrets for making eggs come out great.

    Secrets for Making Hard Boiled Eggs

    Secrets for Making Hard Boiled Eggs

    by Peg Cole88

  • Use these five omelet-making rules to keep your omelets from turning into charred scrambled eggs.

    How to Not Burn an Omelet

    How to Not Burn an Omelet

    by Tara McNerney4

  • Quail eggs are small, delicate, and delicious. Care has to be taken when handling and cooking them, but this guide affords tips as well as recipes for cooking and serving them to perfection.

    How to Cook Quails Eggs (With Recipes)

    How to Cook Quails Eggs (With Recipes)

    by Gordon Hamilton9

  • Have you ever found yourself with leftover egg whites? Perhaps you made a rich custard or sponge cake. I can't bear to throw away perfectly good food, so let's rescue those leftover whites and use them in imaginative (and tasty) ways.

    Loving Leftover: How to Use Extra Egg Whites

    Loving Leftover: How to Use Extra Egg Whites

    by Linda Lum17

  • Egg salad is a quick and easy make-ahead snack that works well as a topping for romaine lettuce, crackers, or whole wheat bread. This dairy-free recipe is great for those participating in Paleo or Whole30 diets.

    Easy Dairy-Free Egg Salad

    Easy Dairy-Free Egg Salad

    by Abigail Hreha0

  • Have you ever found yourself with leftover egg yolks? Perhaps you made meringue or 7-minute icing. I can't bear to throw away perfectly good food, so let's rescue those leftover yolks and use them in imaginative (and tasty) ways.

    Loving Leftovers: How to Use Extra Egg Yolks

    Loving Leftovers: How to Use Extra Egg Yolks

    by Linda Lum19

  • Fresh, organic eggs are quite different from their factory-farmed counterparts. A protective layer called the "bloom" has been washed off, leaving the egg vulnerable to bacteria and leading to a shorter shelf life. This article is a short introduction. Get to know your eggs!

    Bloom on Farm Fresh Eggs: Interesting Facts

    Bloom on Farm Fresh Eggs: Interesting Facts

    by Christen Roberts7

  • I used to cook in a restaurant and learned to make the perfect omelette—it's so easy once you grasp the basic technique.

    How to Make the Perfect Omelette

    How to Make the Perfect Omelette

    by Diana Grant5

  • Do you enjoy eating eggs as part of your breakfast meal? The most common egg preparations are fried, scrambled, and omelets. To reduce the cooking oil, why not try eggs Florentine? This is my recipe for eggs Florentine with longanisa and mushroom.

    How to Make Eggs Florentine With Longanisa and Mushroom

    How to Make Eggs Florentine With Longanisa and Mushroom

    by Dred Cuan8

  • For expats and Spain-lovers alike, this Spanish omelette recipe will not disappoint. It was created by my husband after realizing how cumbersome it is to make a tortilla de patata. This was such a success in our family that I decided to share it so you can satisfy your cravings with half the work.

    The Easiest Ever Tortilla de Patata (Spanish Omelette)

    The Easiest Ever Tortilla de Patata (Spanish Omelette)

    by Audrey Lancho8

  • Scrambled eggs are an awesome way to start the day, especially when you have a yummy recipe that's both straightforward and delicious! Customize this recipe with your favorite toppings or sauces to start your day on a good note.

    Cheesy Scrambled Eggs Recipe

    Cheesy Scrambled Eggs Recipe

    by Lisa Bean8

  • Do you love eating eggs for breakfast? Eggs give me the energy I need to start my day. I enjoy making omelets because they are endlessly versatile and fun to make. This is my special eggplant omelet with ground chicken.

    How to Make Special Eggplant Omelet With Ground Chicken

    How to Make Special Eggplant Omelet With Ground Chicken

    by Dred Cuan6

  • This page shows you how to peel a hard boiled egg (in my opinion). It includes step-by-step instructions, lots of photos, and how-to videos.

    How to Peel a Hard Boiled Egg

    How to Peel a Hard Boiled Egg

    by Faye Rutledge16

  • In this simple recipe guide, I describe how to poach eggs in an egg poacher and in boiling water. I also look at poaching eggs in the microwave using egg rings.

    How to Poach the Perfect Egg

    How to Poach the Perfect Egg

    by Arthur Russ5

  • I have accidentally combined everything that is great about a frittata, an omelet, and a quiche. I call it my crazy egg pie. If you have eggs, you can probably make it right now and it will be delicious! Includes recipe, walk-through & pics. You can do it!

    Crazy Egg Pie Recipe

    Crazy Egg Pie Recipe

    by Heather Rode6

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