12 Ways with Poached Eggs
What would brunch be without the poached egg? But why stop there: A poached egg in a bowl of soup, hidden in ravioli, or served with greens is a tasty treat at lunch or dinner
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Sautéed Escarole with Toasted Pearl Couscous and Poached Eggs
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Snap Pea Minestrone with Poached Eggs
Adding a poached egg to this simple spring soup makes it a rich and satisfying meal. One Sunset reader easily makes this vegetarian by using vegetable broth and leaving out the ham.
Recipe: Snap Pea Minestrone with Poached Eggs
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Salsa Verde Eggs Benedict
Salsa verde stands in for Hollandaise sauce for a light and spicy Benedict. Try it with your favorite red salsa and jack cheese, too.
Recipe: Salsa Verde Eggs Benedict
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Red Quinoa Bowl with Swiss Chard and Poached Egg
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Tabla Mediterranean Bistro Magical Egg Ravioli
These giant ravioli have long been a favorite of visitors to Tabla restaurant in Portland, Oregon. The egg yolk poaches inside the ravioli as they cook.
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Crab Eggs Benedict
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Kasha with Kale and Pancetta
In our favorite new weeknight meal, kasha and a poached egg rev up greens and smoky pork. The recipe comes from Sandy Sonnenfelt, prepared-foods director at Market Hall Foods and its flagship store, The Pasta Shop in Oakland.
Recipe: Kasha with Kale and Pancetta
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Uova Benedetto (Poached Eggs on Polenta with Pesto and Crisp Prosciutto)
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Eggs Benedict Light
The secret to this Benedict’s svelte but still creamy hollandaise: Greek yogurt replaces nearly all the butter.
Recipe: Eggs Benedict Light
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Poached Eggs With Smoked Trout and Potato Hash
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Paprika Tomatoes with Poached Eggs (Shakshouka)
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This gutsy North African dish of eggs poached in a super-flavorful tomato-based sauce gets even better with the addition of a mountain of greens. It makes a great brunch or dinner for a crowd of holiday guests.
Recipe: Green Shakshouka