Wednesday, May 4, 2011

oh, and-

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by the way, poached eggs in red sauce (just a little bit of a jar of marinara) with a pinch of cayenne pepper, served over lightly steamed spinach for breakfast. would have highly benefited from a chunk of crusty bread to soak up some of the juices but otherwise flawless.

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16 comments:

Shirleen said...

Oh to feast like this for breakfast everyday...**sigh** :)

Alyson said...

I'll eat to that! Looks delicious :)

Eileen said...

YEAAAAHHHH! Savory breakfast involving egg yolk! You win.

Feronia said...

These look incredible. Thanks :)

miss said...

poached eggs in red sauce is amazing! i usually put mine on top of toast but i love the spinach idea too!

Lisa-Marie said...

This looks like a recipe for the 'oh my good god I am so hungover I will die' recipe stash.

Cheers. :)

Sarah & Chad said...

so poached IN the red sauce, or poached, then topped with red sauce. if the former, my "duh" epiphany: one can poach eggs in liquid other than water!

Alicia Lynn Carrier said...

i poached them in water until they were slightly undercooked and then i threw them into the red sauce to finish.

Yummies4Dummies said...

Yum!

Madeleine said...

Hey Alicia, this looks fantastic and I can't wait to try it out. Also just wanted to say that I love your blog and have been reading it a lot recently!

Antoinette O'Neill said...

Just found your blog from the Herbivoracious blog. Love what I see. There are so many dry food blogs out there with little creativity and passion. Obviously not a hurdle for you!

Madeleine said...

So now I actually made this and discovered it's great as a midnight snack. I made a variation - an egg on top of a piece of toast, topped with red sauce, topped with chopped cilantro. And the steamed spinach was great, too, on the side.

H. said...

Oh yum....

Steph In SC said...

I'm pregnant right now and can't have poached eggs, but thanks for making me drool!

Cullen, Oliver and Topher too said...

Oh! Good idea. I think THAT is what I'll have for breakfast this morning. YUMMY. Love your blog!
Cullen
www.andtophertoo.blogspot.com

Lian Patston said...

Was looking for breakfast ideas when I came across this, looks sooo yum but am terrified of trying marinara sauce with my breakfast. Yikes. Can't wait to try it though :)