2) shape of the frying/sautee pan – straight or rounded – what is the difference in function? Mmmmm. A recipe I can relate to! Love it. Bring to the boil. ), and I’ve spent zero time perfecting how many minutes it would actually take to cook it perfectly on a more consistent basis. Make egg salad: In a bowl, combine parsley, chives, shallot, mayonnaise, mustard, pepper, lemon zest, and lemon juice. I love, love, love eggs and could eat them morning, noon, and night — especially when I’m short on time or energy. I can’t wait to try this! Easy and delicious. (or maybe all that raw broccoli stemmage?). Nice. . I make something similar but spread hummus on the toast instead of the dijon mustard. In a large bowl, beat eggs with 1 tbsp. Add shallots and cook them for a few minutes, until translucent and a little sweet. I’m so happy to have found a kindred spirit! Bacon - How does maple-cured bacon sound? Always looking for new ideas. Your book is really terrific! I don’t think I have ever before seen an open egg sandwich that made my mouth water Is it the food or the food photo? Im surprised they even like digging into them. It was simply delicious and easy to prepare. If they are too fresh though, it’s difficult to peel the shell off the egg. Alas, I’m stuck eating non-runny eggs for a while, so I’ll have to bookmark this for tasty delicious lunches later! One year, my dad went to France just before December and got me 2 jars of the stuff for Christmas. Tom, This looks delicious, what I would spice the toast up with a little bit is some smahsed or finely-cut garlic, just like couple of others recommended here :). Thank you!! Always with gooey yolk, always on sourdough, and with a generous layer of mayonnaise that is sometimes spiked with sriracha. Your “eye” for color and design is really showcased with a simple subject like this. Nothing beats a good egg sandwich in my book! This looks so much better than the plain egg sandwich I had for lunch. it doesn’t sound like much but man, oh, man. I do something similar for lunch sometimes when I am alone. I’m a student, so I’m usually making meals for myself and appreciate (flexibly) inexpensive, relatively unfussy inspiration. I hope everyone finds it in its hidden link. Humble. What a fabulous 10pm dinner! So yummy. I love this. I can’t believe I haven’t thought about it myself. I do a version of this embarrassingly often for lunch, but with a fried egg (and sometimes with roasted peppers: http://rivertreekitchen.com/2012/02/29/fried-egg-sandwich-with-roasted-pepper/) . Thanks for a wonderful recipe! Thanks for keeping me fed! This look real delicious. I don’t have Dijon, so instead I used kasundi, a grainy mustard sauce from eastern India; you should try it out sometime.
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