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Old 09-23-2009, 06:01 AM   #181
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Thanks Mel! I have one of those Egg Steamers, but it burned itself out!

Here's another one:

Omelet Over Easy



For those of you who like the runny yolk of over easy but not the rubbery texture of the white, and for those who like the full flavor of scrambled but want the rich pure taste of yolk.

1/4 med onion sliced thinly, very thinly
2 eggs
1 oz cheddar, shredded
cooking oil ( i recommend bacon fat)
seasoning for the egg

Melt the oil in the skillet on medium high and set the onion in the skillet in a single layer to brown and crisp.

Meanwhile, separate at least one of the eggs and set the yolk aside. You can separate both of the eggs if you want more yolk center. Scramble the whites ( or the whites and one egg) with seasoning salt, pepper, etc. to your taste.

When the onions have browned and start to turn crisp, sprinkle half the cheddar into the pan over the onions, it will begin to melt immediately. Pour the scrambled egg into the pan, and rotate to fully coat the bottom. Let the bottom set up, then while tilting the pan to the side, use the spatula to lift a portion of the cooked bottom so that the liquid mixture still on top will flow underneath and cook. Do this all around the skillet till there is very little liquid egg left on top. Sprinkle the rest of the cheese on top and gently add the yolk off center. Carefully lift up one edge of the omelet, and fold it over to the other edge, trapping the yolk inside. Let it heat a minute longer to warm and set the center, then slide onto your serving plate.

You'll have the rich blended flavor of scrambled egg speckled with crispy sweet onion and sharp cheese, but when you cut the center a pool of warm rich yolk will burst forth inviting you to dip your scrambled portion and sigh in over easy delight.
Mmmmm!:blush:
OK....I just made this......

That was the best breakfast that I have had in a long time.

TY for the recipe!

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Old 09-25-2009, 07:01 PM   #182
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I'm Glad you enjoyed it Deedlynn!

I don't know if anyone has done this or if this is wierd but, I just make a cup of consumme, the powder kind that you add hot water to, to make a soup. One was szechwan beef, and the other was miso soup.

anyway after adding a cup and a half of water ( cause they are salty) I got the urge to add an egg yolk to it. I didn't really want egg drop soup, with the stringy bits, so I separated it and plopped in the yolk. I didn't plan it this way but yolk broke so I just stirred in it. The taste didn't seem to change much, but it seemed so much more satisfying than I remember it being. I was hungry so I did another one with miso and stirred in a yolk with that one, and MMM, I like it.

I saved the whites and might make a meringue pavlona cake or whatever it's called. No reason to waste the whites, I have a lot cause when I feed egg to kitty I don't give him the whites either.

I think it's funny so many people fix eggs and toss the yolks whereas I tend to use the yolks and toss, or fix the whites into something separately. To me the yolk is the nutrition, not the white.

Anyway it was good and a new idea for me so I thought I'd share.
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Old 04-16-2010, 10:08 AM   #183
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Old 04-30-2010, 09:19 PM   #184
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Old 10-14-2010, 11:10 AM   #185
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Egg Salad
chopped hardboiled eggs
mayo
sea salt
uncured bacon drippings (nitrate/nitrite free)
uncured crumbled bacon
* yummy slightly warm!

Chicken Salad
chicken
chopped hardboiled eggs
mayo
sea salt
chopped onions
chopped walnuts (adds omega 3)

Tuna Salad
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chopped hardboiled eggs
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raw sunflower seeds (provide a wealth of important nutrients + dietary fiber)
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Old 10-30-2010, 05:46 PM   #186
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I thought I’d share my new favorite breakfast with you. It tastes just like Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Latte and it’s low carb! I drink this on the way into work and it keeps me full until 1-2 pm.

Pour 6 oz hot coffee into a large mug
Add 2 tblsp Starbuck’s Sugar Free Cinnamon Dolce syrup

Mix 2 raw eggs and 2 oz of cream ( I use lite cream) in a blender until frothy.

Add the egg/cream mixture to the coffee. You may need to pop it in the microwave to warm it a little more
This is so good! You can also use hot water and leave out the cream. Really excellent.
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Old 12-29-2010, 01:26 PM   #187
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Thanks Mel! I have one of those Egg Steamers, but it burned itself out!

Here's another one:

Omelet Over Easy



For those of you who like the runny yolk of over easy but not the rubbery texture of the white, and for those who like the full flavor of scrambled but want the rich pure taste of yolk.

1/4 med onion sliced thinly, very thinly
2 eggs
1 oz cheddar, shredded
cooking oil ( i recommend bacon fat)
seasoning for the egg

Melt the oil in the skillet on medium high and set the onion in the skillet in a single layer to brown and crisp.

Meanwhile, separate at least one of the eggs and set the yolk aside. You can separate both of the eggs if you want more yolk center. Scramble the whites ( or the whites and one egg) with seasoning salt, pepper, etc. to your taste.

When the onions have browned and start to turn crisp, sprinkle half the cheddar into the pan over the onions, it will begin to melt immediately. Pour the scrambled egg into the pan, and rotate to fully coat the bottom. Let the bottom set up, then while tilting the pan to the side, use the spatula to lift a portion of the cooked bottom so that the liquid mixture still on top will flow underneath and cook. Do this all around the skillet till there is very little liquid egg left on top. Sprinkle the rest of the cheese on top and gently add the yolk off center. Carefully lift up one edge of the omelet, and fold it over to the other edge, trapping the yolk inside. Let it heat a minute longer to warm and set the center, then slide onto your serving plate.

You'll have the rich blended flavor of scrambled egg speckled with crispy sweet onion and sharp cheese, but when you cut the center a pool of warm rich yolk will burst forth inviting you to dip your scrambled portion and sigh in over easy delight.
Mmmmm!:blush:
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Can someone tell me what EVCO stands for in Bunny's pudding recipes. Thanks for your help.
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Old 01-16-2011, 09:26 AM   #189
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Extra Virgin Coconut Oil

I would add to only use organic coconut oil
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Old 01-22-2011, 07:42 PM   #190
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Coconut Oil Mud(Twyla's recipe)

Quoting Twyla:
"It's more like mud as opposed to bark, in that most bark recipes make a smooth, chocolate-like candy. When I add the texture (flax, PP, almonds, etc.), it's more like mud.


2 T of Chocolate Protein Whey Powder
1 T of coconut oil, melted
1 T s/f Davinci's (I use English Toffee)
2 T of flax
1 T chopped, toasted almonds (optional)


Stir, refrigerate till hardened (less than 5 mins), enjoy!

No greasiness, just crunchy, chocolately goodness!

I like to use 1 Tbls of flax and chopped pecans. . .SO WONDERFUL AND FILLING!!

Yes, I know that there aren't any eggs in this recipe, but this is my go-to recipe when I just MUST HAVE something dessert-y. And since it does have protein powder in it, it still qualifies to be in here.
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I want to try an egg fast. Hear it's good for breaking stalls!
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Old 09-09-2013, 01:13 PM   #200
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Been doing all sorts of frittata for other half

4 eggs, 2 tablespoons HWC, about the same of water

Butter into the pan, then add the mixture

Gently cook on the stovetop, until its just starting to stick -- add in your "filler"

Cheese
Feta/Spinach
Smoked Salmon
Chopped up bacon/sausage

Pop under the grill for 3-4 minutes, it will souffle up lovely

slide onto a plate and slice up to serve

We like the spinach/feta combo best, but its lovey with anything, really dense and filling! My other half can only manage 1/2 at a time..and he has a hugeee appetite!
Have a question about this recipe. Can you put this under the broiler for a bit if you don't have a "grill" like you refer to in the recipe?
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Wow these are great!
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I'm new to sugar free syrup like Davinci, can someone tell me how to use them please? I'm sure you need to cut back on liquid but not sure how much to use. Please any help would be great.
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Let's keep this thread bumped, it's fantastic.

My very simple contribution: miss fried eggs n toast? Fried egg on a slice of oopsie crisped in butter in the frying pan is pretty close and you have something to mop your egg with!
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