Thursday, June 4, 2009

Ravioli Eggs

When I was growing up, Ravioli Eggs were a staple. I now call them Rav-i-oh-leeee-oh-lee eggs. Not sure why that nickname has stuck but I like it. I think the words "quick and easy" had a lot to do with their popularity around my house as a child. Not only did they taste pretty freaky awesome, but they where also a comfort food. We used plain tomato sauce (don't ask me why...). Now as an adult, I use marinara or spaghetti sauce depending on what I want. The good thing is they are low fat, low carbohydrate, loaded with flavor, and easy. Did I mention easy?! They sport a whopping 3 ingredient. I now need to go get more eggs. My kids want more of these bad boys and I only made 6. Little Man says these are now and forever his favorite breakfast food. FOREVER. He totally gulped it down. Three gulp to be exact. Grin. I couldn't be more pleased if I tried.

Ravioli Eggs

2 cups spaghetti sauce
6-8 eggs
Italian seasoning
1/4 cup Parmesan cheese (optional)

In a heavy 10 inch skillet with a lid, pour tomato sauce.
Turn on heat to medium and slowly crack the eggs into the sauce as you would for poached eggs.
Sprinkle the top with Italian seasoning and Parmesan cheese. Cover and reduce heat to low for 10-12 minutes until cooked through... yolks cooked silly.
Serve warm with crusty Italian bread for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
There you go. May I suggest serving them with warm 


Rachelle said...

I made your recipe for these the other night. I am still in shock at how good they are. Thank you for sharing

The Food Addicts said...

wow! ravioli eggs! never heard of this before, but it looks amazing. what a great combination of flavors. great post!

Sophie said...

This is such a cool idea! It sounds so so good!

Amy said...

Okay, that is the strangest thing I've ever seen...but I'm so going to try them.

mlebagley said...

I am still the only person in my family that will give these a chance...and I LOVE them! Maybe it helps that I grew up on them, eh?

Kate B said...

Yum! What an easy and delish meal. Always looking for more good egg recipes to use up our backyard eggs.

Chef Tess said...

Kate! How awesome to have your own eggs too! I'm so excited for you!