Saturday, March 31, 2012

Egg Recipe Round-Up {Food of the Month Club: March}

Hola amigos!  Welcome to another edition of the Food of the Month Club Recipe Round-Up.  This month, my foodie friends and I have an egg-cellent selection of egg recipes to share with you, so let's get crackin'.

Girlichef baked this beautiful Lemon Meringue Pie with a "smooth and tangy and oh-so-puckery" lemon curd and mountains of billowy meringue.



I'm so glad Nicole from Presley's Pantry revealed the secret to her Korean Fried Ricebecause now I know what's been missing from mine: Spam!



Gail from Good Deal Meals offers us a couple of time-saving tips for making Spinach-Bacon Quiche.  Mmm-mmmmm!  So many of my favorite ingredients in one tasty dish.



The lovely ladies from Peru Delights have two recipes to share with us.  First up is this creamy Peruvian ice cream called Queso Helado. And best of all you don't need an ice cream maker for this recipe.



They also made us a light and fluffy Orange Chiffon Cake to celebrate Chiffon Cake Day (March 29).



I went a little egg crazy.  I shared how I stumbled onto my recipe for Breakfast Enchiladas stuffed with Huevos a la Mexicana, which has quickly become a family favorite.



I shared my dream of one day sitting at a sidewalk cafe in Spain, sipping sherry and snacking on an array of tapas, including Tortilla Española (Spanish Omelet).



And I admitted that some mornings all I really want is a divorce.  In the form of Huevos Divorciados served with a two gorgeous, contrasting salsas.



With Easter just around the corner, I just had to share these beautiful Cascarones, fun Mexican confetti eggs, from my friends at Muy Bueno Cookbook, that you can make at home.


As always, a big THANK YOU to my amazing foodie friends for joining me in the Food of the Month Club.  If you would like to be included in next month's Round-Up, be sure to tune in Sunday, April 1st, to find out what ingredient will be our Food of the Month for April.



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19 comments:

  1. I made a Spanish Tortilla and photo'd it along the way with every intention of doing a blog and submitting it - sadly the photos languish on my computer and no blog made it to light. Although, the friends I had over for the Spanish Tortilla declared it a success!

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  2. So much yummy food and I haven't had breakfast yet. Lovely.
    We see a lot of those Cascarones around here at Carnival time. People make them and then throw them at the floats or at anyone around them. Lots of confetti flying during Carnival.

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  3. Great round up! I love those colorful eggs!

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  4. Beautiful dishes! So many to choose from. I think I'm going to try making that Korean fried rice since I have a lonely can of Spam sitting in my pantry! Looking forward to next month :D

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  5. Nice roundup I really like the ice cream the Morena's came up with. Looks like the perfect dessert for spring and summer!

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  6. Yummy round up Leslie!! The queso helado looks amazing!!

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  7. Such amazing recipes! The Peruvian ice cream...wow! And the breakfast enchiladas look amazing!

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  8. Loved the tacos, ice cream and korean fried rice! Those are my favorites :)

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  9. Oh gosh! I think its lunch time because all these dishes are making my tummy growl! Mmm!

    Thanks for including our cascarones to your round up.

    Have a wonderful Holy Week and a beautiful Easter amiga.

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  10. i made the torta espanola and it was delicioso!i added cilantro in the egg mixture..this is a keeper..

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  11. Great round up of recipes - making my mouth water and I just finished eating dinner. And that orange chiffon cake would be so lovely right now...

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  12. All the recipes look amazing, we are pleased to be part of this round-up. I´m tempted by the enchiladas, the lemon meringue pie, the tortilla de patatas... I´m hungry!!!

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  13. And here I am scrambling eggs, making omlettes and baking. Obviously I've been missing out!

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  14. Leslie, I want to come to your house for breakfast.

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  15. Wow! Those Easter eggs looks so great! And I had no idea that fried rice had SPAM. I am one of the few people I know that loves SPAM!

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  16. I made a Spanish tortilla but I forgot to post the recipe: ( me encantan todas las fotos!!

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  17. OMG! QUe rico...no se por donde empezar! Ese arroz se ve para chuparse los dedos.

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  18. Leslie, all of these look amazing! Wow!! Will be bookmarking this page for sure. Thank you!

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  19. Now I know where to go when I have a craving: Leslie's Kitchen and type the ingredient in the search bar to yield a variety of recipes. Your round-up allows me to prepare, not just a complete meal, a complete day of eating!

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