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 Post subject: creamy curried eggs
PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 6:25 am 
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15 hard boiled eggs
60grams butter
1/2 cup plain flour
3 cups of milk
300 ml carton cream[maybe less depending on how rich you like the sauce]
2 tablespoons mango chutney
2 teaspoons curry powder
chopped parsley[1/3 cup] depending on how much you like

melt butter and flour togethor ,mix in milk and keep on stirring over heat until thickens well ,add cream,chutney,currypowderand parsley and cook for another 2 minutes stirring well

to serve slice, eggs,arrange over toast and top with cream [serves 10]


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 Post subject: pickled eggs
PostPosted: Tue Dec 30, 2008 6:45 am 
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Anna wrote:
Pickled eggs--a great favourite of my husband's (he's from yorkshire, they're big on pickling for winter)...

Eggs--hard boil.
Peel
Put in big container (non-metallic) with good quality vinegar. Add herbs if you like (tarragon is great, also try dill...whatever you feel like)
Apparently you're meant to leave them 2 weeks to soak but we usually start eating them the next day. Great snack food! :D



12 eggs
5 cups vinegar
1/2 sugar
8 cloves
3teaspoons cinnamon
2 cloves garlic crushed
1/2 teaspoons mustard seeds
1/2 teaspoon mace
1 tablespoon salt
1 tablespoon cornflourflour
3 teaspoons mustard powder
1 tablespoon of sugar
extra salt
yellow food colouring

hard boil eggs,crak and leave to cool. Put into saucepan vinegar,sugar,cinnamon,crushed garlic ,mace,mustard seed and salt.Bring to boil and simmer for 25 minutes.cool. Blend cornflourith a little water,stir in mustard powder.add to vinegar mixture with extra salt ,stir in yellow food colouring bring to boil and simmer for 3 minutes.Peel eggs and put into large sterlised jars.pour hot vinegar mixture over.seal air tight.store in cool dark place. the longer kept more flavour.

haven't tried it just found in old cook book, though someone might like to give it a try


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mel'schooks wrote:
Impossible Quiche

3 eggs
1.5 cups milk
0.5 cup self raising flour
0.5 cup bacon
0.25 cup grated cheese
salt + pepper
0.25 cup melted butter
1 tin asparagus spears
onion if want

Lightly grease flan dish. Place asparagus on base, put cheese on top, pour over rest of ingredients mixed together.
Sprinkle more cheese if you like.

Bake 180degrees C for 30 mins.
Leave 10 mins before cutting.

Enjoy!!


I made this for lunch yesterday, it was very good, and so easy to make!

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 Post subject: Re: Egg recipes
PostPosted: Tue Apr 07, 2009 1:15 pm 
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Zucchini bake
1 onion chopped
1 lrg zuuchini sliced
4 rashers of bacon diced
1 C of grated cheese
1C SR flour
5 lrg eggs
salt and pepper to taste
1/2 C of milk

Mix all together
Put into baking dish and bake in the oven until the top is brown
OVEN TEMP 180C (convetinal oven)
as a variation add 1 tomato sliced place ontop and sprinkle with chicken stock powder.

Yummy hot or cold

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 Post subject: Re: Egg recipes
PostPosted: Wed Apr 08, 2009 12:16 pm 
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nicola, sounds delicious!! Think I had it as a child, yum!

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 Post subject: Re: Egg recipes
PostPosted: Wed Apr 08, 2009 12:24 pm 
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Got this recipe off Foxtel, Neil Perry cooked it, called Spaghetti Carbonara but in our house its "Egg Spaghetti'.

Fry 200 gms pancetta (or diced bacon), garlic, salt and pepper in a deep frypan whilst the spaghetti (500 gm) is cooking. In another bowl, whisk 4 eggs, parmesan cheese and fresh coriander. Once spag is ready, strain and put into frypan. Pour egg mix over top and toss. Turn off heat and let the heat of spag cook the egg. Serve once egg has cooked. Top with more cheese.

So easy and tasty.


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 Post subject: Re: Egg recipes
PostPosted: Tue Jul 07, 2009 12:23 am 
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Location: Coburg, VIC
I decided to try my first ever souffle tonight, inspired by MasterChef (yes, reality TV sucks you in!)

I grabbed this recipe off the net:

Warm Banana Souffle

* 2-3 ramekins (reserving the 3rd ramekin for overflow)
* non-stick cooking spray
* 1 large, ripe banana
* 1 & 1/2 teaspoons fresh-squeezed lime or lemon juice
* 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
* 2 large egg whites
* 1 & 1/2 tablespoons confectioner’s sugar (plus more for dusting)

You will also need:

* 2 bowls
* 1 fork
* an electric mixer

In a medium-sized bowl, mash 1 large, ripe banana with a fork. Add 1 & 1/2 teaspoons fresh-squeezed lime (or lemon) juice and 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract. Blend thoroughly and set aside.

In a chilled bowl, whip 2 chilled egg whites to a soft peak stage.

Gradually add 1 & 1/2 tablespoons confectioner’s sugar to soft peaked egg whites. Continue whipping egg whites on high speed until stiff peaks form.

Working in thirds, gradually (and gently) fold the stiffly beaten egg whites into the mashed banana until combined.

Spoon souffle mixture into individual ramekins prepared with non-stick cooking spray; divide evenly. While some recipes suggest filling the ramekins just short of the top, I suggest filling the ramekins right to the top or going just slightly passed. Set filled ramekins on a cookie sheet (or jelly roll pan) and place in lower third of a preheated 450 degree F oven with upper rack removed. Turn on the oven’s interior light and keep a close eye on your souffles. Resist the temptation to open the door during baking (to do so would risk the souffles falling prematurely). Bake for approximately 10-15 minutes. Trust your instincts and judge doneness by rise and top browning evenly, in addition to baking time.

-- I modified slightly, and added in a pinch of cream of tartar to the egg whites after adding the sugar, just to help make the whites a little more stable. I baked for the full 15 minutes.

They were delicious and stunning - the hubby snarfed his and then asked for more! I told him I'd need more chickens first! :bolt:

Enjoy!

Nina


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 Post subject: Re: Egg recipes
PostPosted: Fri Jul 17, 2009 3:20 pm 
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Egg Noodles SUBMITTED BY: Linda PHOTO BY: sarah

"This is your basic old fashioned recipe for egg noodles, just like grammy used to make! Try making them next time you prepare your favorite soup or stew. Don't forget that fresh pasta cooks much quicker than dried! You may use a dough hook attachment on your electric mixer or your hands to make the pasta dough."

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PREP TIME 15 Min
COOK TIME 3 Min
READY IN 33 Min

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INGREDIENTS (Nutrition)
310 g all-purpose flour
1 g salt
2 eggs, beaten
120 ml milk
15 g butter
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In a large bowl, stir together the flour and salt. Add the beaten egg, milk, and butter. Knead dough until smooth, about 5 minutes. Let rest in a covered bowl for 10 minutes.
On a floured surface, roll out to 1/8 or 1/4 inch thickness. Cut into desired lengths and shapes.
Allow to air dry before cooking.
To cook fresh pasta, in a large pot with boiling salted water cook until al dente.
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 Post subject: Re: Egg recipes
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Just thought I'd add some websites as I find them. This is American, but has some really nice things on it.
http://www.iowaegg.org/eggrecipes.asp

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 Post subject: Re: Egg recipes
PostPosted: Mon Sep 07, 2009 10:49 pm 
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Before you think "just another omlette" please try it, it's all in the method. :thumbs:

Brekky Omlette or Egg Wrap

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Ingredients-

6 Small Eggs or 4 Large
3 or 4 cherry tomato's (or equivilent) Chopped fine
Some grated cheese
Some Chopped Meat (optional)
Some Chopped Onion (optional)
Some butter or Margarine
Salt and pepper to taste
Method

I use an electric frypan about 40cm by 25cm, I start by warming the pan to low temp and melt some butter or marg.

1. Beat eggs in a bowl add 2 tablespoons of water and salt and pepper, beat again. Then set aside while chopping.
2. Heat pan till quite hot making sure to spread the butter or marg, then pour egg into the pan and tilt pan to cover the bottom of the pan with a thin layer of egg.
3. Sprinkle cheese, tomato, meat and other fillings if you choose only across one end of the egg on a short side for only about 2 inches.
4. As the egg cooks use two spatula's if need be to flip the egg from one end of the pan to the other making a wrap shape with a few layers of thin egg.
5. Season to taste and enjoy.

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I like mine with tomato sauce on the side, :swords:
At about 7.30 am :biggrin:


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 Post subject: Re: Egg recipes
PostPosted: Wed Sep 09, 2009 6:32 am 
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Yum. Looks delicious. I've copied it into my "Egg recipes" file on the computer, along with most of the other delicious ideas on here. I've made quite a few of them and they're always a big hit with my family.

Thanks BobsYaUncle.

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 Post subject: Re: Egg recipes
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I tried out a new recipe and it was really yummy. So here it is.

Farmhouse Eggs

4 eggs
60gms Bread crumbs
200mls single cream
3Tbs strong tasting grated cheese
Cayenne Pepper

Oil an oven proof dish and place half the breadcrumbs in the bottom and cover with a layer of half the cheese. Add a sprinkle of Cayenne.
Break the eggs carefully on top
Cover withthe remaining breadcrumbs then grated cheese.
Carefully spoon the cream over the top and let it sit a while untill it is mostly absorbed
Bake in mod aven 25 min for runny eggs or 35 for hard eggs.

I did mine runny and it was really excellent!

NellyG

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 Post subject: Re: Egg recipes
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Frittata recipes
http://allrecipes.com/Search/Recipes.as ... m=frittata

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 Post subject: Re: Egg recipes
PostPosted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 5:15 pm 
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NellyG wrote:
I tried out a new recipe and it was really yummy. So here it is.

Farmhouse Eggs

4 eggs
60gms Bread crumbs
200mls single cream
3Tbs strong tasting grated cheese
Cayenne Pepper

Oil an oven proof dish and place half the breadcrumbs in the bottom and cover with a layer of half the cheese. Add a sprinkle of Cayenne.
Break the eggs carefully on top
Cover withthe remaining breadcrumbs then grated cheese.
Carefully spoon the cream over the top and let it sit a while untill it is mostly absorbed
Bake in mod aven 25 min for runny eggs or 35 for hard eggs.

I did mine runny and it was really excellent!

NellyG


I don't often look in this thread but ... oooo ... this looks like a nice recipe!

Also completely unhealthy, if one is trying to be careful about cheese and cream and things (I'm not, but th'Bloke is, and I do most of the cooking ... poor boy. I'm really not helping trim his waistline ... ).

I LIKE it. Will try.


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 Post subject: Re: Egg recipes
PostPosted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 5:43 pm 
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Veggie Omelette

5-6 eggs (or 8+ bantam eggs)
garlic, crushed or chopped finely
1 red onion, chopped
1 red capsicum, chopped
1+ cup of broccoli, chopped
salt & black cracked pepper, to taste
sliced sharp cracker barrel cheese

top with homemade salsa (or the OH uses ketchup)


Using a tiny bit of oil in a fry pan, stir fry garlic and onion then capsicum. Add broccoli and a dash of water- quickly cover with a lid to help steam the brocolli. Do not overcook. Turn heat down to medium. Add your eggs and salt n pepper. Stir a bit until the egg starts to cook, then leave for a bit. This will be thick, so to flip I segment it into quarters first. After flipping, I add the cheese and the lid goes back on until cheese is melted. Top with salsa (or tomato sauce...).

This is a weekend breakfast feed for two, or even great for tea. Uses a heap of eggs and is jam-packed full of veggies! One of our favourite camping recipes when meat is not an option in the heat. Might sound like another omelette, but the egg is really just to stick the veggies together.

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