Leftover Thanksgiving dressing gets a makeover in the form of mini nests for a decadent baked egg. Crispy on the edges, moist and savory in the middle, and topped off with a creamy egg yolk. Leftovers never looked so good.
When I made a big batch of caramelized onions and fennel this week, I knew good things would follow. Poached eggs over crispy polenta is a favorite weeknight meal of mine. It’s comforting, healthy, and easy to prepare. When you add in a kale salad, some spring herbs and caramelized fennel, you have something special.
Frittatas are the perfect Sunday morning food, or afternoon if you’re a lazy Sunday kind of person like me. They’re easy, quick and can be made from pretty much anything as long as you have the requisite eggs and some kind of cheese.
The dried figs remind me a bit of molasses with their sticky exterior, and sweet flesh. They taste amazing with the Parmesan, thyme and fluffy egg. They give the whole dish a delicate sweetness that balances out the salty cheese perfectly. I like to serve a slice on top of lightly dressed fresh greens. It’s a great meal for a lazy Sunday morning.