Hangover Eggs


Tomato sauce is always a good thing when you don't feel well. Here is a great cure for a hangover, or just a delicious breakfast/brunch idea.

(Serve with Bloody Marys, of course).

Hangover Eggs: (by way of the Good Mood Food Blog)

1 28oz. can of Italian San Marzano chopped tomatoes
handful of fresh basil
handful of fresh spinach
1 small onion, chopped
2 cloves garlic, chopped
4 eggs
salt & pepper

In a heavy cast iron skillet, cook your onion and garlic for a few minutes to wilt them.

Add the tomatoes and simmer about 20 minutes to make a nice sauce.
Throw in the basil and spinach. Season with salt and pepper.

Make 4 wells and crack an egg into each hole. If you like your eggs runny, then just keep the sauce and eggs on the stove a few minutes, simmering.

We like our eggs cooked, so I place the pan under the broiler for 3 minutes until the top of the eggs are completely cooked.

Carefully, using an oven mitt, bring skillet to the table and spoon over toasted ciabatta bread.

I feel better already!


Anonymous said…
I am expecting a late night tonight, so this will be perfect for Sunday a.m.!
Aron said…
That sounds good!
Me too, I love this and haven't made it in months, nice for a Sunday morning.
Pam said…
It looks delicious and I'm sure it would cure about anything! Thanks for the great recipe!
Jen_from_NJ said…
Sounds like you had a fun Friday night! These eggs look delicious!
Ciao Chow Linda said…
I used to make this for dinner - throw in a few chicken livers and it's quite a treat. I swear you are part Italian.
tasteofbeirut said…
I love love that dish and in Lebanon it is part of our classic egg dishes; I was going to make it this weekend. It is so good when I make it it is gone in no time!
paul caron said…
Mets won. I hope your happy Henry. The girls and I are doing this up as I write. We will send you pics.

West Coast Carons
The JR said…
Cool, that's 2 things I have in abundance in the kitchen right now. Eggs and bread.

Hens are in overdrive and we have several loaves of french bread from the trip to New Orleans this weekend.
kat said…
I had something similar to this in New Orleans but served in puff pastry, it was a great morning after dish