Wednesday, 12 January 2011

101 Things to Do with Eggs


  1. Boiled Egg
  2. Scrambled Egg
  3. Poached Egg
  4. Fried Egg
  5. Omlette
  6. Souffle
  7. Meringue
  8. Lemon curd
  9. Quiche
  10. Eggs Florentine
  11. Eggs Mayonnaise
  12. Scotch eggs
  13. Devilled eggs
  14. Sponges
  15. Custard
  16. Pancakes - sweet or savoury
  17. Crepe Suzette
  18. Pickled eggs
  19. Ice cream
  20. French Toast
  21. Fried rice
  22. Eggnog
  23. Mayonnaise / salad cream
  24. Egg salad
  25. Brioche
  26. Flan / tarts
  27. Egg Foo Yung
  28. Eggs Benedict
  29. Bread & Butter pudding
  30. Coddled eggs
  31. Frittata
  32. Essen eggs
  33. Huevos Rancheros (Ranch eggs)
  34. Egg custard tart
  35. Cherry Clafoutis
  36. Egg and lentil curry (Delia recipe)
  37. Piperade (a spicy scrambled egg with bits of bacon and/or chorizo)
  38. Curried Eggs
  39. Coconut Macaroons (whites only)
  40. Mousse
  41. Yorkshire puddings
  42. Syrup or jam pudding
  43. Baked Alaska
  44. Caesar Salad
  45. Baked eggs
  46. Steamed eggs
  47. Egg bread
  48. Egg noodles
  49. Pasta
  50. Ravioli
  51. Zabaglione
  52. Hungarian Kiflies
  53. Batter
  54. Egg Biryani
  55. Eggs Mornay
  56. Chinese Egg Rolls
  57. Creole Eggs
  58. Kedgeree
  59. Convent Eggs
  60. Eggs in Aspic
  61. Egg Cobbler
  62. Egg Croquettes
  63. Egg Fricassee
  64. Egg & Bacon Pilaff
  65. Egg & Tomato Gratin
  66. Bacon & egg pie
  67. Egg fried cheese sandwiches / Cheese Dreams
  68. Egg toasties
  69. Hard boiled egg & chives/cheese/onions/cress sandwich filling
  70. Egg Mimossa
  71. Lemon Meringue Pie
  72. Nicoise Salad
  73. Toad in the Hole
  74. Hollandaise Sauce
  75. Flamenco Eggs
  76. Parlies
  77. Grilled Fish in Egg
  78. Carbonara
  79. Koulibiak
  80. Plum or fruit pudding
  81. Scotch Woodcock
  82. Queen Mary Tart
  83. Whisky & Chocolate crunch
  84. Sweet loaves (fruit, tea, banana etc)
  85. Date Nut Bread
  86. Egg Scones
  87. Dorayaki Japanese sweets
  88. Creme Caramel
  89. Creme Brulee
  90. Shakshouka
  91. Blitz Torte
  92. Steamed Egg Custard
  93. Friar's Omlette
  94. Piedmont Eggs
  95. Shortcrust pastry
  96. Chinese Egg Soup
  97. Garden use - plant food / composting material / snail deterent using crushed shells
  98. Egg face mask / anti-wrinkle treatment
  99. Egg hair conditioner
  100. Leather conditioner
101. Lest we forget, you can also incubate and hatch the eggs to get more chickens, assuming you have cockerels with your hens, drakes with your ducks, a gander with your goose or whatever other type of regular egg producing poultry, game or waterfowl you rear. Approximately half of the resulting chicks will be female that will then grow up and start to lay more eggs. When people say, 'dog is a man's best friend', they should reconsider - no dog can provide you with a meal a day for over 40 weeks of the year.

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