Whether you’re having a large crowd or an intimate gathering for Easter or Passover brunch, or Mother’s Day or Valentine’s Day served in bed, you can create a wonderful presentation by using this recipe for soft boiled or hard boiled eggs, placed mid green colored scrambled eggs, for your gluten free meal. However, for Passover, you may wish to serve boiled eggs as an appetizer. Whether hard boiled or soft boiled this presentation should be a big hit!
Gluten Free Easter or Passover Brunch
For Easter or Passover brunch, or Mother's Day in bed, these egg ideas make a great presentation! And the eggs are cooked perfectly!
- Oil or butter, for pan
- Food Coloring (Seelect Tea makes natural ones.)
For Soft Boiled:
- Bring a pan of water to a boil.
- Run your eggs under hot water for about 1 minute to bring them to room temperature. This prevents them from cracking once placed in the boiling water.
- Using a slotted spoon gently place the eggs, one at a time, into the water. Simmer for 3 1/2 minutes.
- Using a high-end egg topper, remove top of shell. Or you may allow each guest to crack their own.
For Hard Boiled:
- Bring a pan of water to boil.
- Run your eggs under hot water for about 1 minute to bring them to room temperature.
- Place the egg, one at a time, in the pan using a slotted spoon. Boil for 10.12 minutes.
- After boiling, place the eggs in an ice and water bath for a minute or two to separate the shell from the eggs a bit, which make it easier to peel.
For Scrambled Eggs:
- Preheat an oiled or buttered pan on medium-high heat.
- Crack eggs into a large bowl. Add 2-3 drops of green food coloring, per 2 eggs. Using a whisk or fork, beat eggs well.
- Pour into the preheated pan, and preferably using a whisk (makes smaller egg pieces) or a fork, scramble the eggs until no longer wet.
To Arrange the Eggs:
- Place soft or hard boiled eggs in egg cups.
- Arrange scrambled eggs around the egg cups.
- Serve with gluten-free bacon or sausage, fresh fruit, breakfast potatoes and/or toast.
If you have a larger crowd, you may wish to set just a few egg amongst a large amount of scrambled eggs. If you have a small family, perhaps everyone can be served their own egg in a egg holder.
For Kosher, avoid combining dairy and meat in the same meal.
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