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Baked Eggs Fra Diavolo (Baked Eggs in Spicy Tomato Sauce)

Baked Eggs Fra Diavolo — The best part of this dish is that the tomato sauce can be made ahead of time and refrigerated. To make the dish, simply add the eggs and bake. Also these eggs can be baked in individual bakers or 1 large baking dish. The egg’s white solidifies, while the yolk is still runny — perfect opportunity for dipping bread. Serve with a little extra hot sauce on side.

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Egg Biryani

My theme for week 2 of BM# 18 is Biryani/ Pulao. I probably make some kind of a rice dish at least once or twice a week. Fried rice or pulaos are great for a quick week night meal and are excellent when there are odds and ends of veggies lurking in the fridge. As I mentioned earlier, I consider myself a lazy cook and try to take short cuts when cooking which is a big reason why I don’t venture into making full-fledged biryanis (steps include marinating the veggies, par-cooking the rice, layering etc. etc..). But when I saw…

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Egg salad with Caramelized Onions

Cole slaws, potato salads & egg salads are not highly preferred dishes for picnics since these are mayonnaise based and at higher temperatures mayo tends to go bad. But I could not stop myself from making this dish, since I love egg salad and caramelized onions and I was sure the combination of both would be delicious. I wasn’t wrong; the end result was creamy, yummy and irresistible. You could serve it as is or with bread, wrapped or sandwiched. I enjoyed it with bread as a late afternoon snack with whole-wheat bread. Recipe adapted from Vegetarian Times magazine. That’s…

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Quick & Easy Egg Curry

I am an EGG lover and so is my son and hubby. If it is left to my son and DH, they can eat eggs everyday and never complain. I make egg-fried rice for my son at least once a week if not more. With that kind of egg loving, I couldn’t pass up on this easy egg curry dish from Madhur Jaffrey’s cookbook, “At Home with Madhur Jaffrey”. Indian curries/ gravies usually need a lot of prep work and cook time, but this curry the gravy/ sauce is made in the blender and then cooked, which cuts down on…

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Bengali Egg Curry (Dim er Dhoka)

For Day 3 of BM#5, I made this yummy Bengali egg curry. Eggs are beaten and steamed to make egg cake which is then chopped and added to delicious gravy. Recipe adapted from Sandeepa’s Bong Cookbook. This is my third recipe in a row from Sandeepa’s blog which is filled with ton of yummy Bengali dishes that are easy to make and her posts are always so much fun to read. So if you haven’t already, do check out Sandeepa’s blog. Coming back to the egg curry, I followed the recipe, but had to make slight changes to suit our…

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Egg Fried Rice

I am excited to be one of 25 bloggers joining Srivalli @ Spicing your Life for a 7 Day Blogging Marathon. I’m probably the last one posting on the First day. It has been a busy day and we got back home later than usual and when I sat down to download the pictures from the camera, there seems to be some technical problem. Well anyway I didn’t want to miss out on the marathon and I’m trying to catch my fellow marathoners. May be by the weekend I’ll be on track. So for the event, Valli asked us to…

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Egg Salad Sandwich

Growing up my mom never cooked eggs at home, but she would let us eat them in our neighbor’s houses. We would be invited over whenever they made the “special” meals. Both my sister and I used to love the egg bhurji & omelet that our lovely house owner (we call her Attamma) used to make. She would make it for us even now whenever we visit them. That’s how my love for eggs started and that’s probably one of my weaknesses for not becoming a vegan (cheese comes in a close second). This egg salad is very simple to…