Eggs Florentine, Benedict, and Arnold. Sorta sounds more like a network of Revolutionary War spies than a brunch menu, yes?
"The best scrambled eggs that I have ever made!" "Light, fluffy, slightly moist." "Perfect." That's what folks are saying about this recipe.
And you thought you didn't have time for breakfast. We're changing that with this handy dandy technique.
If you're a pickled eggs virgin, you're in for something quite special—and not just because these little lovelies are so spectacularly pretty in pink.
If you're the sort who likes things spicy, whether first thing in the morning or at the end of a crazy day, then we've got a quick and easy scrambled eggs recipe for you.
Bread. Cheese. Egg. Hot sauce. Five bucks says you've got the makings for this easy and oozy sandwich waiting in your kitchen.
Not your mom's egg casserole. And you're going to be pretty pleased to break with tradition.
Essentially eggs scrambled with chips (or day-old tortillas) and salsa, chilaquiles is equally enticing in the a.m. as the p.m., with a cup of hot joe or a bottle of cold cerveza.
Sometimes it’s nice to just let your spoon sink into something that tastes pure as the driven snow. Indulgently rich, sigh-inducingly creamy, vanilla-enhanced snow.
Scrambled eggs. They may seem so simple as to defy a recipe. And yet sometimes a precise technique makes all the difference. Here's how to make the best ones ever.
This godsend of a quick weeknight recipe can be twerked, er, tweaked any which way—which is to say, your way.
Tastes just like what they slide in front of you at trattorias in Italy, with someone's nonna in back rolling out sheets of fresh pasta, upper arms jiggling.
Given that its overnight rest INSISTS you make this simple strata ahead of time, it sorta screams for a lazy Sunday or Christmas morning, don't you think?
Some things are so simple as to seem almost plain—until you taste them. Hollandaise is one such perfectly simple staple.
Spicy Eggs in Hell15/44
Eggs in hell? It's an edible incarnation of Dante's inferno. Don't worry, it's far more fetching than he'd have you believe.
Cajun Pickled Eggs16/44
Eggs. Vinegar. Cajun spice. Hot sauce. So much more than the sum of the parts.
Just like mom made. That's what we're hearing from folks who grew up hoovering this classic, quick, easy, cheap Italian staple any and all times of day.
Julia Child didn't mess around when it came to breakfast. Here her velvety hollandaise sauce is spooned over poached eggs, ham, and brioche, to marvelous effect.
There's a lot to be said for a diner-style dish like this one, though we prefer it made at home, minus the wobbly seats, the sticky laminated menu, and sometimes surly service.
Airy and oh so rich, these stunning souffles take stiffly beaten eggs, Parmesan, and Gruyère to lofty new heights.
We know. You already have an egg salad sandwich recipe. But trust us, it's nothing like this one, which is whoppingly old school in taste, blissfully healthful in every other way.
Ideal for lazy weekends as well as harried weekdays, these soft-boiled eggs are cooked to perfection in less than five minutes. You're welcome.
The perfect egg fried sunnyside up, boasting a white that's neither overly crisp at the edges and a yolk that's justifiably jiggly.
Made with the requisite mustard and mayonnaise for classic deviled egg traditionalists. And bacon drippings and Sriracha for the rebels in the rest of us.
Chorizo eggs Benedict. It's essentially eggs and Hollandaise and chorizo and it tastes like a superlative Spanish homage to a breakfast classic.
Easy Eggs Florentine26/44
A breakfast classic. And rightfully so. Tasting is understanding.
essentially a grown-up riff on grilled cheese that we’d happily indulge in every single day—morning, noon, night, and anytime in between.
Breakfast. Brunch. Lunch. Dinner. Pretty much anytime you need an insanely quick, one-skillet, satiating something, this frittata is the solution.
Dyed Easter Eggs29/44
Ditch the fizzy artificially dyed tablets for something more natural. And inexpensive. And made from kitchen scraps you'd otherwise toss in the trash.
"Where have you been all my life?" That's a common refrain we're hearing from those who've tasted these breakfast all-in-ones.
Spanish Orange Flan31/44
Made from just three ingredients, this classic flan is ridiculously easy to toss together. A tangy, rich, creamy coda to a luxe dinner or a simple brunch.
A somewhat healthier riff on egg drop soup, this quick little number is the perfect way to nourish the soul AND chase away those cold weather sniffs, sneezes, and blues.
Irresistible. That's what we think of this array of deviled eggs, which come in classic, smoked salmon, and lightly truffled. Better than mom's.
Egg in a Hole34/44
A childhood classic perfected, thanks to brioche, egg, butter, and even a sprinkle of sugar or Parmesan cheese, if you please.
A choose-your-own-ending recipe, with varying outcomes depending on whether you use bittersweet or semisweet chocolate. Suspenseful!
This frugal supper is laughably easy to make, European in flair, and comforting to both the palate and the pocketbook.
Buttery pureed potatoes are spooned into a Mason jar, topped with an egg, and then the entire thing is covered and gently coddled. A creamier, more buttery, luscious-er breakfast cannot be had.
A soda fountain classic made with neither egg nor cream, this classic quencher is a summer staple for kids of all ages.
As simple as making hard-boiled eggs may seem, it can be tricky to pull off perfectly...but not when you rely on this foolproof method from Heidi Swanson.
Take a cue from Paris bistros and make this a menu staple. Bitter greens. Classic vinaigrette. Homemade croutons. Crisped bacon. Hard-boiled eggs. Simple yet superbly satiating.
Got eggs, stale bread, and a skillet? Then you've got supper. Crisp and crunchy with soft and gooey. Thrifty, too.
The combination of hard-boiled eggs and dukkah is awesome. And it's even awesomer in tandem with beer.
Brava for bravas! Seriously, is there anything better than spiced potatoes, crisped ham, and a fried egg jumbled together?
Brown Butter Pasta44/44
This tempting tangle of fettuccine, brown butter, and eggs makes paltry pantry items somehow seem perfectly lovely for brunch, lunch, or a late, late, late supper.