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  • Veggie Scotch Eggs

    I love Scotch eggs, preferably the good kind, rather than the petrol station kind. wondering about the idea of vegetarian Scotch eggs. Multiple (vegetarian) birds with one stone (or egg) as it were. 3) Meanwhile, boil the eggs for 7-8 minutes. I cooked my Scotch eggs in the air fryer at 180°C for about 7 minutes.

  • Cured Egg Yolks

    These are essentially just salted egg yolks. We tried them grated on a micro-plane over eggplant parmesan the other day, and although a little crumblier than I had expected, they were rich and salty and eggy and delicious.

  • Miso Sweet Potato with Eggs

    Perhaps from my cookbook Eggs by Michel Roux which features poached egg on creamy mashed potatoes. head fennel, sliced 1 tbsp peanut oil 1 tbsp soy sauce 1 tsp black sesame seeds Spring onions, sliced Eggs Set aside. 4) Poach eggs to desired doneness. Plate up, layering rice, mash, egg, sprinkled garlic and ginger crumbs, sliced spring onion and a drizzle

  • Devilled Eggs

    Devilled eggs are simple and tasty, but a lot of people seem daunted by the idea of making them, so I I used my dad's Scotch bonnet hot sauce to devil the eggs, but beyond a bit of a kick, left them pretty Along with fruit, he is an egg fiend. Salt and pepper to taste Tandoori powder for sprinkling 1) Boil the eggs for 9-10 minutes. I hadn't had devilled eggs in ages, and was delighted to have some again!

  • Baked Eggs

    I absolutely love baked eggs! We've been making them for a few years now after first stumbling on the idea in Michel Roux's cookbook Eggs I hesitated over getting it initially because I figured "how interesting can a cookbook about eggs be I usually place the eggs in a bain-marie in the oven, but not always. Bake for about 10 minutes, or until the eggs are set to your liking. Serve with toast.

  • Turkish Eggs

    per person enough oil to shallow crispy fry the eggs 1tbsp jalapeño peppers (I used pickled ones as When it is shimmering, crack two eggs in, not too close to each other. Using two wooden spoons, as the eggs fry, fold them back over themselves. Into the middle of this, spoon some cacik, then place a poached egg with the yolk still runny on top. The biggest issue was convincing Little Bit that, despite his love of eggs, he could not have my egg

  • Scotch Quail Eggs

    I have not had a Scotch egg in the longest time! I've never cooked with quails eggs, but find them creamier than hen's eggs without being too rich. eggs, and I wasn't disappointed. Add 1 egg and mix well. Place a quail egg in the centre and fold the meat around the egg and pinch it shut. 5) Roll the ball

  • PSA - Literary Easter Egg Hunt

    I have decided to add something a little different to my posts from now on as an addendum, combining my two great loves of cooking (and eating) and reading. I noticed recently that all of my cooking happens either while wrangling Little Bit, or while listening to an Audiobook. When linking the Broccoli and Cheese Scone recipe to the post about making mascarpone to pair with sweet scones, I suddenly had a vivid image in my head of a sedan chair being carried through rice paddies. It took me a second to place it, but then I realised that it was from WS Maugham's The Painted Veil which I had been listening to when I made the scones. After realising this, I scrolled back through older posts and for a fair number of the recipes I could effortlessly conjure up which part of which book I was listening to while making that recipe. This being the case, I have decided to start including a note on what I was listening to at the time on some posts. Going forward, I will simply include a note on the books on the recipe I am typing up, either at the top or the bottom. For older posts though where something in particular stands out, I am going to go back and add a note to recipes. Feel free to go take a look! I will tag recipes with a book note with the label "book" so you can search for them, otherwise, just scroll! Any book recommendations or comments are welcome! I will also add an link to the books so you can read them for yourself if you want! These are affiliate links, but you pay no extra for the books. I may (still not entirely sure how this works) just get a commission on the book.

  • Käsespäztli - Cheesy Mini Egg Dumplings

    To make them, an eggy batter is dropped through the holes of a colander or a specialised grater into Left over spätzle goes very nicely fried up with eggs for breakfast. Ingredients: 3 c flour 3 eggs 1/2 tsp (at least) freshly grated nutmeg 1 1/2 c milk 1 tsp (generous) Add the eggs and whisk. Add the milk and mix. 2) Bring a pot of salted water to the boil.

  • Mushroom Sauce over Mash and a Poached Egg

    the end I decided on a creamy garlic mash (using some of my failed mozzarella curds) and a poached egg Place over mashed potatoes and a poached egg topped with sumac. The creamy mash really allowed the mushrooms to shine and the red wine contrasted nicely with the egg

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