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Baked eggs

Cab I make baked eggs without adding dairy for someone who's allergic? Would subbing in some olive pil work?

asked by ATG117 almost 5 years ago

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lydia.sugarman
added almost 5 years ago

Why don't you try it and let us know your results?

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amysarah
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added almost 5 years ago

In lots of Mediterranean countries, including Israel and Italy, eggs are baked in tomato sauce, with lots of spices, and olive oil - sometimes feta or other cheese is stirred in, but not always. Really tasty.

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ATG117
added almost 5 years ago

Thanks for the suggestion. Happen not to want to go the shakahuka route...

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EmFraiche
added almost 5 years ago

I followed Amanda's recipe but omitted the cream since I didn't have any. They turned out delicious with just salt and olive oil.

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PazzoNico
added almost 5 years ago

Have you considered just olive oil poaching? Essentially the same as water poaching...

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Valentina Solfrini
added almost 5 years ago

I second the olive oil suggestion - I never used cream myself. But what about coconut milk? If you like it, it makes for a great cream substitute, especially if you are planning to add spices or curry into your eggs!

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