Oven Duck Eggs with Olive Oil and Roasted Garlic
Saturday 19 September 2015 — Category: Cooking & Food
Last month, while my Swiss wife and daughter were visiting their family in the Old Country and I was home alone, I enjoyed a wonderful new dish called Oven Eggs with Olive Oil and Roasted Garlic. Follow the link for all the details.
It was inspired by the recipe Oven Eggs with Olive Oil and Dukkah from the Eggs on Top: Recipes Elevated by an Egg cookbook by local Portland author and instructor, Andrea Slonecker.
Because it was such a scrumptious success, I was eager to make it for my wife once she had returned. Around that time I was in the middle of eating adventurously with duck eggs. What better way to continue the adventure than to use duck eggs in this dish instead of chicken eggs?
Since I have covered the details of this recipe in the previous article, I’m not going to repeat them here. If you have not yet read that article, follow the first link above, then come back here when you are done.
For the next episode of Eating Adventurously With Duck Eggs, I decided to make a duck-egg breakfast sandwich instead of going to McDonald’s for my favorite Sausage McMuffin with Egg with hash browns.
Did I make the right choice? Did the duck egg sandwich rise to the occasion, or should I have stuck with McDonald’s? For the answers to these and other pressing questions, join me next time for a duck egg aioli breakfast sandwich.
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