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    I'm on a very small budget and eggs (even the free-range organic type) are really cheap compared to meat, so I would like to start substituting eggs into my dinners in place of meat. I'm not that creative with eggs. Does anybody have any recipes or suggestions to help me get a little more variety?


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    Quiche!


    Deviled eggs!


    Egg salad!


    Could also just fry or scramble, nothin' wrong with eating breakfast at night!


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    Breakfast for dinner is one of my favorites! Son of Grok has a thing he does with hard-boiled eggs. Boils them up (do soft boiled) and then wrap pork sausage around them, roll then in a little almond flour and bake until the pork is done. He calls them scottish meatballs I think. Pretty tasty.


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    That fool eats so many eggs, it's ridiculous. Every time I'm at his house he's eating egg salad. He eats 5 eggs at a time in whatever egg thing he's eating.


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    I love Roger's enthusiasm and all the exclamation points. haha.


    Huge fan of those 3 though (quiche, egg salad, deviled eggs).

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    You could make egg salad in the spirit of lettuce salad. Scrambled eggs with a little avocado, tomato, green onion, a few nuts, bell pepper, spinach....


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    You can also stir-fry some veggies and, when done, pour some eggs on top until you have some sort of omelette.

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    Once I put ceviche in my egg salad and it was amazing!


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    omg how about poached egg over ham w/hollandaise... like a breadless eggs benedict

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    Egg and ceviche sounds like heresy to me. Will try it though, might be surprised.

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