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Innovative Egg Dishes?: Fried, Scrambled, Baked?

opinionatedchef | Jan 22, 201109:46 PM     35

I'm not talking omelets here- whose fillings are limitless. I'm talking just simple eggs with innovative treatment. I do 3 unusual things:

** Tunisian Chechouka- minced garlic and chopped tomatoes sauteed in evoo til thick like concasse. Add eggs and scramble just til set. Serve w/ plain yoghurt.

** Over-easy eggs doused/drizzled in pan w/ quality balsamic vinegar a few minutes before they're ready to serve.(this is me replicating the amazing eggs at Foreign Cinema in San Fran.)

** Ramekin of mashed sweet potatoes topped by cooked bacon strips, whole eggs, S and P, and lastly, shredded x sharp cheddar cheese, all baked til eggs are medium cooked.(This is my adaptation of a dish served at David's Pot Belly in Providence R.I. in 1969.)

How 'bout you? I'd love some new things to try! Thanks much.

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