Discussion in 'Cookery' started by Legs, Apr 10, 2012.
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Let the jokes cease, BBQd eggs are feasible!
Barbecue an Egg
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I'm fancying this one, maybe with grated cheese on top.
Dear Legs and Jarrod, the words "get" and "life" come to mind and, anyway, the weather's too miserable for BBQs.
Rubbish, get one lit.
Well done gentlemen!
You can cook eggs in a similar manner with tomatoes (halve, scoop out the seeds, crack in a egg, sprinke with black pepper, and add a small amount of encona (if liked)).
You can even add a dash of Lea and Perrins or a scrape of marmite if you like.
Couldn't agree more, just need to get rid of the green shit it's sat in.
I've cooked eggs in tomatoes, just not on a BBQ
Sod the veggie stuff, just use a paper bag:
Saw a recipe for Moroccan poached eggs - basically you make a thick tomatoey sauce. when that is done, you make hollows in the gloop with a spoon and pop an egg into each one. Pop the top of your pan/tajine back on and poached eggs in a tomatoey gloop matrix thingy.
Could do it on a BBQ I suppose...
My mam used to bake eggs in grated cheese and milk. I'm sure this would work on a BBQ in some suitable container.
technically the mushroom was bbq'd the egg was poached in the juices from the mushroom.
Good try but if that was the case only the inside of a steak was barbecued, the inside miraculously got hot.
Erm Jarrod, did you mean the outside of the steak got bbq'd?
Not where I am
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