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I've been on an egg binge for some time now.

Anyone have a regional recipe they can share?

Something not found any where else?
 

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How about "Egg Soup" lol

~Not sure this is what you are looking for ... but here it is none the less ...

How about Egg Flower Soup ... AKA~ Egg Drop Soup (My MOL had an exchange student once. :D)

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups chicken broth or stock
  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten
  • 1 -2 green onions, minced
  • 1/4 teaspoon white pepper
  • Salt to taste
  • A few drops of sesame oil (optional)
In a wok or saucepan, bring the 4 cups of chicken broth to a boil. Add the white pepper and salt, and the sesame oil if using. Cook for about another minute.
Very slowly pour in the eggs in a steady stream. To make shreds, stir the egg rapidly in a clockwise direction for one minute. To make thin streams or ribbons, gently stir the eggs in a clockwise direction until they form.
Garnish with green onion and serve.

Variations:
These would be added after the seasonings. After adding, let the soup cook for a few more minutes and then add the beaten egg.
*1/2 cup frozen peas.
*If you are preparing the soup for someone who is ill, try adding a slice of fresh, grated ginger. Among its many benefits, ginger is believed to be helpful in treating colds and flu.
 

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Great Canadian Eggie Thingie ( from the Okanagan of British Columbia Canada) YUMMY

preheat oven to 350 degrees

you will need a large greased baking dish----------- options----1/4 cup jalapenos (de-seeded)-----cheddar cheese
you can put celery or just about any vegie or meat that you want :):)



1 medium onion diced
1small green pepper diced
1 small red pepper diced
1 small yellow or orange pepper diced
2 medium tomatoes de-seeded and chopped
3/4 cup shredded kraft mexi cheese
1/2 pound bacon diced and fryed
8 to 10 large eggs-----salt and pepper to taste
beat eggs with salt and pepper --- put layers of peppers onions and bacon and cheese in greased large baking dish-----pour the beaten eggs over it all and top with a bit of cheese-----bake 350 degrees for 1/2 hour to 3/4 of an hour ----it is done when a knife inserted in the middle comes out clean and it has risen and puffy.

ENJOY :):):)
 

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~Not sure this is what you are looking for ... but here it is none the less ...

How about Egg Flower Soup ... AKA~ Egg Drop Soup (My MOL had an exchange student once. :D)

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups chicken broth or stock
  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten
  • 1 -2 green onions, minced
  • 1/4 teaspoon white pepper
  • Salt to taste
  • A few drops of sesame oil (optional)
In a wok or saucepan, bring the 4 cups of chicken broth to a boil. Add the white pepper and salt, and the sesame oil if using. Cook for about another minute.
Very slowly pour in the eggs in a steady stream. To make shreds, stir the egg rapidly in a clockwise direction for one minute. To make thin streams or ribbons, gently stir the eggs in a clockwise direction until they form.
Garnish with green onion and serve.

Variations:
These would be added after the seasonings. After adding, let the soup cook for a few more minutes and then add the beaten egg.
*1/2 cup frozen peas.
*If you are preparing the soup for someone who is ill, try adding a slice of fresh, grated ginger. Among its many benefits, ginger is believed to be helpful in treating colds and flu.
I never realized how easy this recipe appears. Thank you for posting this!
 

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You are welcome. Let us know what you think.
 

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I'm currently doing the Atkins, low carb diet, and these are some great recipes for me. Thanks for posting.
 

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I eat Primally. This is from The Primal Blueprint book. It's about diet ( low carb) and exercise and life choices. Excellent stuff and I've lost 30 pounds without really trying. This is my biggest motivation for getting some hens in he backyard. I eat 4 eggs a day, sometimes more. Be sure you're getting enough calcium (milk cheese) as there is talk now about low carb causing heart issues and the most likely link would be inadequate Calcium. If you get supplements then know that calcium lactate is best absorbed where calcium carbonate is essentially eating chalk and is a waste of your money. Calcium citrate is somewhere in between. Good luck!
 

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Carrots ...

I had not thought of them. (Thanks) :)
 

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Usually, I fry them in bacon grease or hard boil them.

Guess I am pretty boring :D:p

I think the 'Great Canadian Egg Thingie' is on board for breakfast this weekend!
 

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~Not sure this is what you are looking for ... but here it is none the less ...

How about Egg Flower Soup ... AKA~ Egg Drop Soup (My MOL had an exchange student once. :D)

Ingredients:

  • 4 cups chicken broth or stock
  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten
  • 1 -2 green onions, minced
  • 1/4 teaspoon white pepper
  • Salt to taste
  • A few drops of sesame oil (optional)
In a wok or saucepan, bring the 4 cups of chicken broth to a boil. Add the white pepper and salt, and the sesame oil if using. Cook for about another minute.
Very slowly pour in the eggs in a steady stream. To make shreds, stir the egg rapidly in a clockwise direction for one minute. To make thin streams or ribbons, gently stir the eggs in a clockwise direction until they form.
Garnish with green onion and serve.

Variations:
These would be added after the seasonings. After adding, let the soup cook for a few more minutes and then add the beaten egg.
*1/2 cup frozen peas.
*If you are preparing the soup for someone who is ill, try adding a slice of fresh, grated ginger. Among its many benefits, ginger is believed to be helpful in treating colds and flu.
Made it. It was great. I have a new recipe I will be adding into my rotation.
 

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I had a bannana and egg pancake this morning.....smoosch up bannana and crack in egg, Stir it up good and pour and make like a pancake. YUM..pottasium and protien.
 

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I had a bannana and egg pancake this morning.....smoosch up bannana and crack in egg, Stir it up good and pour and make like a pancake. YUM..pottasium and protien.
I do a banana and rice mash everyone in a while.

Never would have thought to use eggs to make a pancake out of it.
 

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Scotch Eggs
1 quart of oil for frying
4 eggs
2 pounds of jimmy dean pork sausage
4 cups bread crumbs
1 cup all purpose flour
4 beaten eggs

Directions:
preheat oven to 350
heat oil in deep fryer
hard boil and peal eggs
flatten sausage into patties large enough to surround the boiled eggs
very lighty flour the sausage then coat with beaten eggs and roll them in bread crumbs.
deep fry until golden brown then bake at 350 in oven for 10 minutes.
cut in half serve over a bed of lettus and sliced tomatoes with mustard on the side. instead of bread crumbs you can roll them in pecans.
 

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Cindy I do Scotch eggs on the smoker too.. With diced jalapeno peppers and onions mixed in the sausage then sprinkle brown sugar or Cajun seasoning, or BBQ rub, or even s&p then wrap in bacon.. Secure w toothpicks.. Smoke 225-245 for 3-4 hours until bacon is cooked and crisp it up in a skillet if needed.. Cook them while I'm doing ribs usually..
 
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