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Hilary’s Heavenly Eggs

March/April 2010

Your rating: None Average: 4.5 (40 votes)

This unusual combination of eggs braised in tomato sauce served on crusty bread is out of this world. Also try it over angel hair pasta. Serve with: Steamed broccolini.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This really was a great, easy and very tasty dinner! I took the advice to make some hashbrowns on the side and I also did not use the pancetta. I did use a spicy tomato basil sauce to add some bold flavor to the mix and i really just...
Hilary’s Heavenly Eggs Recipe

11 Reviews for Hilary’s Heavenly Eggs

12/18/2013
Different, but good

This dish sounded interesting...so I gave it a try. Followed the recipe except used cooked, chopped bacon instead of the pancetta and added it after the onion/garlic cooked. It was tasty, good flavor, we were a little disappointed that the eggs were so overpowered by the marinara. I would make it again, it's an easy to prepare supper.

Easy, quick, simple ingredients
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03/06/2013
Just OK

From the great reviews I expected more. I realize that its eggs but there was nothing very interesting about it. Just tasted like eggs with a jar of sauce on them. I added the pancetta and could not taste it. I think I will stick with Huevos Rancheros for my mid week egg meal.

Quick weeknight meal
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11/29/2012
Anonymous
try adding beer to the tomatos

My ex MIL made her Italian eggs like these, using beer, chopped tomato's, peppers & onions I use the cans of diced tomatoes with onions & garlic & add peppers. The beer really adds to the flavor. We like them with fried or hash brown potato's or pasta.

good for dinner or anytime.
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bonnie.einnob wrote 18 weeks 1 day ago

Please post that recipe!

Please post that recipe! Sounds delicious with the beer!

10/26/2011
Yummy Delicious! Midnight Snack!

Smelled YUMMY while I was cooking it, it sounded so good when I read the recipe I knew I had to try it out right NOW! It's midnite ;)
I had no marinara but used a can of Italian flavored diced tomatoes, mmmmmmm. It's even a tiny bit sweet.
This will be a recipe I put in my recipe box and pass around to my older kids for their boxes. THANK YOU!!

Reminded me why I needed to get my cast iron skillet back out, acidic tomatoes brings out more iron and I need more of that!
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10/23/2011
Very Tasty

Very surprised how delicious this was. My 11 year old son and I made it together in no time at all (it was a good recipe for a beginner cook) and everyone enjoyed it. Highly recommended for a quick weeknight meal.

Quick, easy
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