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Category: Eggs (Page 2 of 3)

Deviled Eggs with Blue Cheese

September 14th, 2013 in Appetizers & Snacks, Eggs by Julia Volhina
Deviled Eggs with Blue Cheese

Blue cheese and boiled egg yolks seasoned with fresh parsley, tobasco sauce and mayo tastes a bit unusual and a bit spicy. But if you are true lover of blue cheese this recipe is definitely for you.

By the way if you like it to be more spice – use a bit more tobasco sauce, or you can skip the sauce all together otherwise.

If you would like eggs to look a bit more festive, use pastry bag with a star tip on it to arrange stuffing mix into egg halves, simple ziplock can be used too (just staff mix into it, seal it and cut one of tips off), or just a tea spoon.

Scrambled Eggs with Ham and Tomatoes

August 10th, 2013 in Eggs, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
Scrambled Eggs with Ham and Tomatoes

I just realized that my website doesn’t have any scrambled egg recipes published by now. So here is an attempt to fix this issue.

Obviously, this recipe is good for breakfast or brunch, or just for any time when you need to fix something to eat fast. Amount of ingredients is good for 2 portions.

You can use ham, just like I did, or canadian bacon, or hot dogs, or another kind of sausage you like. Taste will be slightly different.

Omelette Stuffed with Mushrooms and Onions

February 25th, 2012 in Eggs, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
Omelette Stuffed with Mushrooms and Onions

This is a nice breakfast or lunch recipe for two: tender omelette stuffed with mushrooms and onions braised with a spoon of sour cream and seasoned with shredded cheese.

Amount of ingredients listed here is yields exactly 2 omelettes, if you want to cook more – just increase amounts of ingredients accordingly.

And if you fry omelettes one after another, use warm plates to make sure first one is still warm when the last one is cooked.

Eggs Fried with Tomato in Bell Pepper Ring

April 2nd, 2011 in Eggs, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
Eggs Fried with Tomato in Bell Pepper Ring

Looking for bright colors for fresh and energetic start of the day? This is your recipe: easy nutritious breakfast eggs and very fun looking also, when prepared accurately. I bet your kids will love them as much as I do.

I usually pick green peppers, they look good in combination with yellow-white eggs and red tomatoes. But any color will work here, just make sure you select big and nice shaped pepper.

Don’t worry if egg white spills around the bell pepper ring, you can easily remove it later on with spatula.

Omelette with Sour Cream and Cheese

December 25th, 2010 in Eggs, Main Dishes, No-meat by Julia Volhina
Omelette with Sour Cream and Cheese

Easy to do breakfast for two (or more, if needed) – omelette with sour cream seasoned with shredded cheese, chopped dill and green onions.

This omelette is good as it is, as well it can be used as a base for various stuffing.

This recipe doesn’t require flour (is gluten free); amounts of sour cream, cheese and greens can be varied to taste.

French Toasts with Cheese

July 31st, 2010 in Eggs, Main Dishes, No-meat by Julia Volhina
French Toasts with Cheese

French toasts are easy to do and very tasty. They fit perfectly for breakfast or brunch, or as a quick to prepare snack.

It is good to use not so fresh, 2 or 3 days old bread for french toasts. However it you only have fresh bread – just dry slices of it in the toster for a bit, it will make preparation easier.

French toasts can be served plain or with various topping: honey, berry jams or syrups. I prefer them topped with shredded cheese or mix of cheeses.

Baked Egg Omelette

June 12th, 2010 in Eggs, Main Dishes by Julia Volhina
Baked Egg Omelette

Egg omelette with ham or canadian bacon and vegetables is a nice breakfast dish. It takes more than an hour to prepare, but it totally worth it.

Unlike most of other omelettes which are usually fried eggs with some other ingredients, this one is prepared by baking them in the oven.

It is a bit hard to tell exact baking time for this dish – it depends a lot on the size of the baking pan you use (both size and material it is made of) and amount of ingredients: my advice would be to test omelette with wooden toothpick (pierce it through from top to bottom and remove it) – if it does come out clean – baked omelette is ready.