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What makes this quiche so good is the combination of heavy cream and Gruyère, which makes it insanely rich. There’s also a good bit of spinach, which balances out all that richness and makes it just a little bit healthier.
This ham and cheese oven-puffed pancake is inspired by my latest cookbook crush, Tasting Paris by Clotilde Dusoulier. A cross between a crepe and a souffle, this dish is wonderful for brunch or a light dinner.
Deviled eggs are named such because the mix-ins are often spicy or hot, so these orange-hued beauties spiked with Sriracha make perfect sense. They are truly devilish and totally pop-in-your-mouth-able.
This delicious egg salad gets its bright flavor from a squeeze of lemon, a spoonful of Dijon mustard, and a few shakes of Worcestershire sauce. Celery and fresh parsley add crunch and color.
Filled with spicy sausage, smoky scrambled eggs, cheese, and a bright, fresh avocado-tomato salsa, these breakfast burritos are not only easy to make, but also delicious any time of day.
This warming dish of eggs poached in a smoky, spicy tomato sauce is delicious for breakfast, dinner or anytime in between. Plus, it’s fun to say: shakshuka!
There’s really only one way to put it: this quiche is insanely delicious. And I promise you won’t miss the crust! It reheats beautifully so feel free to make it ahead or warm it up for tomorrow’s breakfast or lunch.
This salad combines crispy thick-cut bacon with baby spinach, boiled eggs, mushrooms, and a tangy-sweet warm bacon vinaigrette. Serve it as a main course with a store-bought rotisserie chicken or broiled salmon on the side.
What’s not to love about a frittata? So long as you have a carton of eggs, you can throw one together in 30 minutes, and they’re great for using up any leftover veggies, bits of meat or hunks of cheese you have languishing in the fridge.
This is a much more delicious variation on the usual Chinese fried rice, and it comes together in under 30 minutes. I use ground pork (not traditional, I know, but it’s easier and tastier than the alternative) and a lot of it, which makes this fried rice a filling one-dish meal.