Turkish eggs. Meet your new favorite breakfast recipe. Perfectly poached eggs served over a bed of garlicky yogurt and drizzled with chili butter. One of the easiest and most flavorful ways to cook delicious breakfast eggs.
If you are looking for new healthy recipes that’s guaranteed to make your morning breakfast routine a lot easier and highly nutritious, here’s a thoughtfully designed recipe for you. It’s crafted to save time in the kitchen, but loaded with the right amount of nutrition to kick start your day the right way.
Turkish eggs or cilbir is all about poached eggs served with garlicky yogurt, chili butter and toasted bread. Simple ingredients combined together to create incredibly delicious breakfast.
How To Make Turkish Eggs
The recipe is super simple.
Start with the yogurt. Whisk together yogurt and minced garlic. Make sure you use fresh garlic for maximum flavor. Add a touch of salt. Store this mixture in room temperature when you prepare the other two elements of this Turkish poached eggs – poached eggs and chili butter.
Now, let’s make the poached eggs. Fill a saucepan with water. Place it over high heat. Wait until it comes to a rolling boil. Pour in the vinegar and reduce the heat to low. When water reaches a gentle simmer, slide in the egg very slowly. Wait for 2-3 minutes before you remove the cooked egg using a slotted spoon. Depending on the size of the saucepan, you can poach 2–3 eggs at a time.
To make the chili butter, all you need to do is melt butter, add oil, and sprinkle with spices. Traditionally, Aleppo peppers are used to make Turkish eggs, but you can easily substitute it with regular red chili flakes.
Finally, assemble the elements. Place yogurt in a wide deep bowl, top with poached eggs, and chili oil. Add a generous sprinkle of chopped parsley. And there you go. A beautiful bowl of nutritious breakfast made in few minutes!
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