Are you getting extra eggs from your chickens and quail right now? So many that you are looking for recipes to use them up? Here are meal ideas using extra eggs to get you started. Some of these recipes are sure to be a family favorite.
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Meal Ideas Using Extra Eggs
Each one of the following recipes contains more than four eggs. Because when we are raising our own source for eggs, using a large amount of them at a time doesn’t mean much.
Meal Ideas Using Extra Eggs
Here are meal ideas using extra eggs to get you started. Some of these recipes are sure to be a family favorite.
Brunch just got a whole lot easier with this tasty, make-ahead bacon, Gruyere and spinach strata. Crusty French bread soaks up a velvety egg custard filled with tender spinach, melted Gruyere and smoky bacon for a guaranteed crowd-pleasing meal.
Deviled Eggs are, arguably, my favorite appetizer. But, here’s the thing. They’re usually topped with paprika. And paprika is, not even arguably, my least favorite spice. So instead, I make Deviled Eggs with Tajin.
Milanesa de res is thinly sliced steaks, perfectly seasoned, then coated in flour and breadcrumbs before being fried to golden perfection. Serve them with your favorite Mexican sides or enjoy this crispy treat in a torta.
A quiche made with simple, fresh ingredients is a great solution for a quick weeknight meal. This Spinach, Tomato and Goat Cheese Quiche can be made ahead and eaten hot or at room temperature. Serve it with a green salad and you have a complete meal that you can feel good about.
Spaghetti alla carbonara is probably ‘the’ most well-known Italian pasta recipe. Well, maybe alongside spaghetti bolognese! And like spaghetti bolognese, it has been reinvented a thousand times outside of Italy.
Hyderabadi egg biryani recipe is a splendid coming together of fragrant long-grain rice and spiced and sautéed boiled eggs. Basmati rice is cooked in whole spices, layered with some biryani masala and eggs, and topped with fried onions, herbs, and saffron milk.
Ashley is a stay-at-home homeschooling mom, turned homesteader, living in Canada. I have been homeschooling for years and love it. Now my children and I get to learn about and help others homeschool and be able to provide for their families and teach our children about where their food comes from.
I do not like to waste food. But sometimes our chickens are on the ball and I have more eggs than I know what to…
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