food: eggs


food: eggs

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Baked eggs...ridiculously simple - said to be like an omelette but better

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from another pinner: Alton Brown Method of Hard-Cooking Eggs - I've done this many times and the eggs are much creamier tasting - delicious! 325 degrees for 30 minutes.

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Last pinner said...I do this daily (: Perfectly cooked, shaped eggs - and you can bake a whole lot simultaneously: Just grab a muffin tin and and very lightly oil each spot in the tin with either butter or spray oil. Then crack an egg in each muffin area! Stick these in a 350 degree oven for about 15-20 minutes. Put on a English muffin, with shredded cheese. Can be frozen and reheated. Brilliant!

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try?

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Grilled Avocado and Egg Melt Sandwich from @Nicole Cook {Daily Dish Recipes} dailydishrecipes....

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MAKE “hard boiled” eggs in the oven!

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Big Fry-UP Breakfast

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Ham and egg breakfast cups

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eggs baked in ham cups

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Breakfast Bread Bowl: Use a crusty French bread roll, cut off the top and scoop out the inside, fill it with your favorite ingredients, add an egg or egg white, and bake in the oven until the egg is set. (Add precooked veggies and bacon, tomatoes, cheese, mushrooms, chopped ham, herbs!)

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Easter chick deviled eggs. too cute!!

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Eggsbenedict

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Martha Stewart + David Chang?! Yes Please: Slow-Poached Eggs with Shrimp and Grits by David Chang's 'Momofuku' via marthastewart #Eggs #David_Chang #Martha_Stewart

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Eddvocado (aked Egg in Avocado)

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Breakfast muffins. Pour egg into a greased cupcake pan, then add toppings like - mushrooms, veggies, and meat, turkey. Bake them in the oven at 375-degrees for 30 minutes and let them cool. Pop them into plastic bags so that you can grab them easily in the morning.

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Shakshuka. YUM

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coddled eggs

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quinoa cakes with poached eggs

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baked eggs in tomato cups

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100 Calorie Breakfast Cups

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Bacon, Tomato, and Cheddar Breakfast Bake with Eggs

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Add baking soda to the water when you hard boil eggs. It raises the pH of the water and makes them easier to peel by reducing the albumen's ability to stick to the shell. Nice tip!

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BLT with an egg

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