TFTag: allrecipes recipe box
TFTag: allrecipes recipe box

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5-minute crispy feta egg breakfast taco recipe

A fried egg is already a simple and delicious breakfast, but food social media loves to riff on the classics, like the viral pesto eggs, and a new iteration that creates a crispy, lacy cheese crust.

Food writer and recipe developer Grace Elkus shared her simple breakfast idea that’s heating up on TikTok and Instagram.

While she said the dish “barely needs a recipe” she shared the full instructions with “Good Morning America” ​​below.

Elkus said he pulled inspiration from “I Dream of Dinner” cookbook author Ali Slagle’s potato, egg and cheese tacos.

5-Minute Feta Fried Eggs

Feta cheese
Tortillas, hash browns or toast
Avocado, optional


Heat a small nonstick skillet over medium heat. Crumble in feta (~1.5 ounces or 1/3 cup) around the perimeter.

Immediately crack an egg into the center and season with black pepper and red pepper flakes (no need to add salt, the feta is plenty salty).

Cover pan and cook, reducing heat if necessary, until white is set, yolk is still runny, and cheese is unbelievably crispy.

Serve on toast, with hash browns, or my personal favorite: in a charred tortilla with avocado and lime.

Cook’s note:

This works with practically any


Food YouTuber recreates Chef Boyardee’s original spaghetti dinner recipe

For decades, Chef Boyardee-brand pasta products have been a staple for afterschool snacks, or special dinner treats, college dorm room standsbys and smiling faces across US grocery stores.

While the line now offers around 30 variations of tomato-sauced pasta products in canned or microwavable bowl form, the original product was a single box containing a canned pasta sauce, a box of spaghetti and a container of powdered parmesan cheese.

While the original Boyardee package has been off the market for decades, food historian and YouTuber Max Miller recently recreated the original signature spaghetti dinner in a video for his channel “Tasting History.”

“Spaghetti a la Boiardi,” as originally known — with the proper spelling of the pasta’s namesake, Ettore “Hector” Boiardi — is a rather basic and efficient bolognese sauce made from onions, carrots, mushrooms, ground beef, basil and the strained juice of peeled tomatoes. Notably, despite the Italian base of the sauce, other traditional ingredients like garlic and oregano are absent. The recipe is based on a description of the early mass-produced sauce and a recipe for “Uncle Hector’s Tomato Sauce” published by Ettore Boiardi’s grand niece Anna.

According to Miller — and the abbreviated