Now that official guidelines say that you don't need to restrict your egg intake for health reasons, there's no reason to hold back! Enjoy eggs in so many ways, from omelettes to breakfast and beyond.
When you've got hardly any time to prepare lunch or supper, this one is ideal: simply eggs, peppers, cheese, tomatoes and chorizo cooked in a shallow gratin dish.
This is actually a delightful combination of sausage, egg, bacon and mushrooms. Sorry about the chips – but you won't miss them because the salad leaves, crisp, crunchy croutons and the sherry dressing make this much more special.
This is a kind of variation on the egg mayonnaise theme, but I think extremely attractive and even more delicious.
I love New York and, in particular, New York delis, where I always order a hot pastrami sandwich on rye bread and my husband always orders corned-beef hash with a fried egg.
Not the kind you get in help-yourself salad bars and cafés – this is the real thing. Eggs, boiled – not hard, but with a bit of squidge at the centre – anointed with a shimmering, golden emulsion laced with a little garlic. I have to admit, this is p
This lovely recipe is proof that dieting need not be a penance: quick and easy to make, it has all the satisfying flavour of classic scrambled eggs, without the fat content.
I love to make this with dried morels, which are available from specialist food shops, but dried porcini will also be excellent.
Easy, elegant and bound to go down a treat with your guests, these little quail's eggs need nothing more than good salt and pepper to give them plenty of party pizazz!
This lovely summery salad is extremely easy to make and looks really impressive when entertaining.
Little Italian dumplings made from potato, flour and egg are a great vehicle for carrying other flavours. Here, Delia has used spinach and cheese for a vegetarian version, but you can try other variations too.
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