Eggs with mustard sauce recipe, aka Eier in Senfsosse! WUNDERBAR! It's one of those easy and quick lunch recipes that's very common in Germany, especially in Bavaria. Perhaps you've never thought of using eggs for your protein in place of meat? In fact, that's what I used to think. That is, until my sister, Helgrid, invited me for lunch and this German food was on the menu!
What's so great about it is that it's so easy. And, it can be easily made in under 30 minutes. It's a really nice change from the usual meat, potatoes, and vegetables. Above, I've served the eggs with mustard sauce with creamed spinach and boiled potatoes as quick sides. Lecker Schmecker!
This is just one of several recipes using eggs that have a different sauce than usual. Want to try another one that's really different? Serve the hard-boiled eggs with green sauce. (Somehow whenever I here of it, I think of Dr. Seuss's "Green Eggs and Ham.") It's a regional specialty of Hessen, Germany.
Eggs are a perfect food ... satisfying ... delicious ... versatile. Low in calories, they are a great protein alternative for meat, and also boast iron, vitamins, minerals, and carotenoids.
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Eggs and Mustard Sauce
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