I am reading a book with my book club, An Everlasting Meal by Tamar Adler, which is a book about cooking with economy and grace. It's really interesting. One chapter is devoted to cooking eggs. Which is right up my alley, as it seems to be the popular protein at our house these days! When we can’t figure out what to have for dinner, Asher usually pipes in his suggestion: “What about eggs?”
We like topping the hash and eggs with some freshly grated parmesan cheese.
We also like serving this dish with "crusty" bread- it's great for sopping up the egg and scooping up the vegetables.
I served a little fruit on the side for the kids and a side of fancy greens and grape tomatoes tossed in a little oil and vinegar for the adults.
Here's a printable recipe, but basically: Roast some veggies. Cook an egg- fry it, poach it, flip it – you choose. Place it on top of your veggies. Add any garnishes you like and enjoy a fresh, easy, savory meal!
So, what's your egg technique? Do you have any egg flippin' skills? I'd love to hear! Have you tried Roasted Vegetable Hash and Eggs at home or at a restaurant? Enjoy!