A delicious breakfast from Fern Green’s ” Breakfast: Morning, Noon & Night”.
Another recipe for this often unloved and underated vegetable from ” Food for all Seasons” from Oliver Rowe,
This Greek baked egg dish makes a healthy and filling brunch. Use the freshest eggs and ripe tomatoes, and serve with toasted crusty bread . The recipe is from Jim Botsacos.
An oven baked frittata from Diana Henry.
A delicious tart for the courgette season from Nigel Slater.
These persian omelettes are known as Kuku or Kookoo and would usually be baked in the oven. They are traditionally served at New Year and you can use any herbs you like in addition to parsley. The recipe is from ” A New Book of Middle Eastern Food” by Claudia Roden which remains one of my go to cook books, even after all these years.
This recipe for hard boiled eggs in a spicy onion gravy is one I often return to when i fancy an egg curry. It’s from ” Asma’s Indian Kitchen” by Asma Khan. I like to serve it with Coconut rice, or sometimes couscous.
A delicious breakfast, lunch or supper from Nigel Slater.
A recipe for breakfast, lunch or dinner from Anna Jones. Increase the chilli as you wish.
An easy tart from ” Smart Tart” by Tamasin Day Lewis.It could be served with jacket potatoes and a salad, and is good cold too.
A recipe from ” Smart Tart” by Tamasin Day Lewis.
A recipe for hard boiled eggs in a rich and aromatic sauce from ” Fire Islands: Recipes from Indonesia” by Eleanor Ford.They are good served with some green vegetables rice or perhaps fried potatoes.
A recipe from NIgel Slater. You could include any spring vegetable- lightly steamed asparagus or tenderstem broccoli are both good.
A recipe from Rachel Roddy’s “Two Kitchens”
A Swiss recipe from ” Eat Drink Live” by Fran Warde. For a vegetarian version you can replace the ham with some mushrooms.