Banh Mi Scrambled Eggs, above. The most work you do for this recipe is thinly slicing carrots and cucumbers then dropping them into a bowl of rice vinegar, fish sauce, ginger, garlic, etc. After that, it’s just scrambling a few eggs and topping them with those lightly pickled vegetables. Serve it with crusty bread or alongside a scoop of rice.
Stir-Fried Ground Lamb and Eggs. Maybe you’re the type who likes to keep ground lamb around? If so, here’s a prime example of how a few ingredients — lamb, onion, spices, herbs and eggs — combine to make something extraordinary. It’s ready in 25 minutes or less.
Eggs in a Hole With Frisee Salad. A little retro, a little French and a lot of fun. This fried egg meets toast meets fancy salad makes a nice brunch dish, too.
Fried Eggs in Bread Crumbs. This is literally as easy as frying bread crumbs in oil with a few eggs cracked over top. After the eggs are cooked as you like, you’ll slide them onto a plate, pour a little vinegar (red wine, balsamic, sherry or whatever you have) into the pan and swirl until it sizzles, then pour that over the eggs.
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