Top Rated Egg Recipes

Potato Bread
Using potato bread makes this recipe — the bread gets that perfect golden-brown crispy, making it perfect for mopping up that nice, runny yolk. Click here to see Lazy Sunday Brunch Recipes. 
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Here is a dish that can be put together in just around 10 minutes.  It looks beautiful and can be served as a main dish at brunch or as a salad for dinner.  As always, the fresher the eggs, the better the dish, especially in such a simple preparations as this. Note: Adding a bit of wine or vinegar to the poaching water helps the egg hold its shape by causing the outer layer of the egg white to congeal faster.  We recommend wine over vinegar, simply because it tastes better! Rioja pairing: Both asparagus and eggs are notorious for being difficult to pair with wine because they both contain sulfurous elements that can make wine taste vegetal, but difficult does not mean impossible!  Try this dish with a bright, fruity Rioja rosé, you will not be disappointed.
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Eggs in Purgatory
An idea taken straight from my Nonna's kitchen, with some modern and time-saving techniques for the not-so-skilled Italian cooks out there, this recipe is my favorite childhood breakfast (except for my dad's specialty, banana pancakes). So whether it's for breakfast-for-dinner, or you're whipping this up for Sunday brunch, the hearty Italian dish is sure to win over your audience's heart — so long as they like sauce and eggs.  Click here to see Fall in Love with Breakfast Again — at Dinner.
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Eggs in Purgatory
An ongoing debate in the Borgognone house, is whether the children are Sicilian or Barese. As in, are we our mother's child (Barese) or our father's child (Sicilian)? My brother is a strong Barese (momma's boy), my sister hates all dialect, ergo she doesn't count, and myself, at 23 years, the verdict is still out. Though I love panzerotti from my Nonna's town of Adelfia, my ultimate comfort food as of late is "uova in purgatorio" or eggs in purgatory, which is a staple of my Sicilian grandmother.In any case, this one pan breakfast/dinner/brinner dish is so rich in taste and hearty in texture, especially with the perfect wingman piece of soft ciabatta or an uber-crunchy bialy. With a still-simmering sauce and the never failing flavor of egg yolk, take one dip and you'll be sold, I promise.Click here to see What Are Heirloom Eggs? 
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Tex-Mex Egg Salad
Forget huevos rancheros. This egg salad recipe is ideal for anyone who loves to put a little fiesta into their egg salad. Check out more Egg-cellent egg salad ideas!
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Steak and eggs
While a tad heavy to eat for breakfast, steak and eggs is one of my favorite "brinner" dishes. (And, not to mention, ridiculously quick and easy to make.) Click here to see What Are Heirloom Eggs?
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These deviled eggs are given the perfect Southern touch with fresh crabmeat. 
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Coddled Eggs
Did you ever have “toast and soldiers” when you were a kid? Growing up, crunchy buttered toast dipped into a soft-boiled egg was a special treat for me. I know now that it was also a treat for my busy mom: eggs and toast were simple to make, easy to eat, and delicious. This is my grown-up version of that classic childhood breakfast. It’s perfect for customization, so forget what your parents told you and play with your food! — Stephanie Le, author of Easy GourmetClick here for more of our best egg recipes. 
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Ramps and Eggs
We sautéed garlic and shallots, wilted the spinach, and ramps, deglazed with white wine, reduced cream, placed in a skillet with a quail egg, and baked untll the egg was sunny-side up. Brunch perfection: achieved. Click here to see In Season: Ramps.
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Egg Stumbler
One of my fondest childhood memories involves this dish. I have eaten the Egg Stumbler for as long as I can remember. My mum used to make this for us very often and it served as a breakfast cum anytime meal which could be put together in a jiffy. As you know, scrambled eggs by themselves are a nutritious snack, add to it a handful of cubed bread pieces, and what you have is a complete meal in itself. So filling, tasty, and nutritious.
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There are no special tricks to my deviled eggs, but I promise you that you’ll love them. A lot of people don’t think about putting sour cream into their recipe, and I think it’s what adds that special something. Espelette pepper is a French type of chile pepper and if you can’t find it in the store, feel free to substitute with cayenne.
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