Herbed Egg Recipes

eastereggs.jpg           Not-so-Impossible Brunch Pie
 

1c. Smithfield Ham, cubed                 1/2c. Bisquick (Reduced Fat) Baking Mix       

3   scallions, chopped (incl.ends)        1c. skim milk                1c. yellow onion, chopped                 

 2 eggs          1c. shredded sharp cheddar                herbed egg/omelet seasoning (your choice) 

Sauté chopped onions in 1 Tb. each butter and olive oil; adding in ham and scallions when onions begin to turn translucent; lightly sauté all. Remove from heat and pour into greased pie pan. Sprinkle herb seasoning over mixture in pie pan (we used @ 1Tb.of above Favorite Herbal Blend); sprinkle cheese over all. Mix remaining ingredients well, and pour into pie pan. Bake in 400-degree oven for about 25 minutes, or until inserted knife comes out clean.  Serves 6.  Herbal Treasures exclusive!  

Scotch Eggs ~ aka “Bocce Balls” (Made & devoured in our Italian home!) ~ They are the size of Bocce Balls, and made with a southern-American ‘twist’ ~ ENJOY! ~  

6 hardboiled eggs                      4 eggs, lightly beaten                 1 lb each: mild + ham sausage          

1c. unbleached flour                 3c. Italian breadcrumbs               Peanut oil (for frying) 

Peel eggs, blotting dry with paper towel, set aside. Blend sausages together; add 2 cups breadcrumbs and 2 eggs, mixing well. Divide mixture into 6 equal parts. For each egg, follow this procedure: roll egg in flour; in hand, wrap one portion of sausage mixture, coating egg completely. Roll each in flour, dip in beaten egg, roll in breadcrumbs. Heat 2-3 inches peanut oil in wok. Fry eggs, turning frequently, until deep golden brown on all sides. Drain on paper towel. Cool before slicing in half. Serve with mustard. Makes 6 eggs. Another Herbal Treasures exclusive! 

Our Family’s Favorite Herbal Blend for Omelets:
To taste, combine minced celery leaf, chervil, chives, dill weed, parsley & tarragon.

 

 Incredible Egg Trivia

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