Egg Recipes

Reinvent those breakfast eggs and have them any time with our picks in egg recipes. Find a world of egg-based recipes including casserole, salads, bakes, and more.

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Martha's Soft-Boiled Eggs

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Despite its name, the boiled egg shouldn't be boiled throughout the cooking process—a method that yields a rubbery result—but rather brought to a boil and then immediately removed from heat. Serve with buttered toast.

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Rich Deviled Eggs

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When it comes to this iconic appetizer, the devil is in the details: The eggs cook for exactly eight minutes, and then a food processor is used to whirl butter into the yolks for extra pilllowy creaminess. Once you've cracked the technique with the original version, venture out of your shell with three delicious variations.

Cranberry-Meringue Tart

Martha bakes this spectacular cranberry tart at Thanksgiving. It has an easy press-in crust made with a buttery mixture of crushed saltines which balances out the pucker-perfect curd filling. The finishing touch is a creamy meringue "wreath" piped on top.

Northern European Breakfast

While not so common in the United States, this dish is a classic morning staple in parts of Europe. It features hard-boiled eggs, deli ham, sliced turkey breast, grainy mustard, and dark bread. Red-pepper jelly adds a delicate sweetness. Feel free to swap in your favorite cheese.

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Turkey Cobb Salad

You can mix and match the listed ingredients to create your own version of this cobb salad. We used store-bought roasted turkey, but chicken also works well.

Lighter Cobb Salad

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Cobb salad, a California classic, is chockful of all the staple ingredients like bacon, deli turkey, hard-cooked egg whites, and crumbled blue cheese. Look for tomatoes that are deep red and avocados that yield slightly when gently pressed.

Southwestern Cobb Salad

Our version of this classic salad is a variation on the original, concocted late one hungry night by Robert Cobb from leftovers in the kitchen of his famous Los Angeles restaurant, the Brown Derby. It has a Southwestern spin.