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Two Egg Recipes: Fried Eggs with Tarragon & Tomato Egg Soup

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by Phuong (subscribe)
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Published August 17th 2012
Eggs are a favourite of mine, not only are they delicious but they are also good for your health, so do not forget eggs in your daily diet. In Vietnam, we often use three kinds of eggs: chicken eggs (the most common types of eggs); duck eggs and quail eggs. This is a valuable source of nutrition. Also eggs contain calcium, and are abundant in vitamins such as vitamins A, B1, B2, D, E.
Vietnam has various recipes with eggs;

The following are two simple and quick recipes with eggs:

1- Fried eggs with tarragon.

In the morning, many Vietnamese people serve this dish for breakfast. The tarragon is known to have many health benefits.
Ingredients:
3 egg
1/2 teaspoons salt
15 gr tarragon



Direction:
Break eggs, mix well with salt.
Chop tarragon in small pieces then put it in the mixture of eggs and salt.





Pour mixture into a pan.

Let one side of the omelette cook and flip it on the other side.

Once it is cooked through, remove it from the pan and serve hot.



2. Tomato egg soup:

This recipe only takes 10 minutes.

Ingredients:
3 Tomatoes
2 Eggs
Green onion and coriander
Cooking oil, fish sauce

Direction:

Cut tomato into small pieces. Fry tomatoes until softened.
Add water and boil with fish sauce.
Beat eggs and mix well. Then just pour slowly into the soup.
Drop chopped green onion and coriander.
Pour in a bowl, serve hot.
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I must try your eggs and tarragon recipe as my tarragon has just started growing again. The recipe looks tasty and your photos are good.

You don't mention how much water to use in the second recipe?
by Dave Walsh (score: 4|10926) 2157 days ago
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