And if you are making this for brunch, all you do is put it in the oven when your guests arrive and it is ready in minutes. Eggs in Purgatory - Eggs poached in a quickly made tomato, garlic, and basil sauce. You may be like me and have all the ingredients ready to make this dish any day of the week. Uova in Purgatorio, Ova ‘mpriatorio in Neapolitan, or Eggs in Purgatory, this could only be a Neapolitan dish.. Your email address will not be published. This is one of my favorite breakfasts for the weekend! I love the name!! Then again, it's a whole lot like huevos rancheros from Mexico. Once the sauce is ready, you spread it out over a baking pan and crack your eggs over the sauce. They sound great and I bet my husband would love them. Yes, Alexis! Nutrition information is calculated by software based on the ingredients in each recipe. Required fields are marked *. Simmer sauce on low while you heat oven to 375 F. Spoon some of the sauce in a baking sheet. A deliciously different idea for brunch. Bring the mixture to a boil and reduce to a simmer, allowing excess liquid to boil off and the sauce to thicken, about 10 minutes. My grandfather used to make this for meal the time hen I was a kid! This basic tomato sauce can be used for spaghetti, ravioli, chicken Parmesan, or anything else that … Cover the pan with a lid and cook at a simmer for about 5 minutes or until the whites are set and the yolks still runny. No matter where it originated, it's just an incredibly delicious and satisfying recipe. I have never heard of this before. It’s an interesting name that comes from the Roman Catholic church. I'd call that quick and easy! Make sure to not go all the way to the top of the sides. You can always stay in touch on social media by following me on Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest and Sign Up to Get my Newsletter, too! Because of its reference to Purgatory, it's assumed to be associated with the Catholic faith, the eggs representing "souls" and the fiery tomato sauce surrounding them representing their suspension between Heaven and Hell. (Note: be sure the sauce is just simmering and not boiling - you just want it bubbling enough to poach the eggs in it.) Feeling like we're living in purgatory at the moment! We also made it minus the yolk for a friend that is watching his cholesterol. This, I do appreciate, is a simplistic categorization, but please: I’m writing an introduction to an egg recipe, here, not a work of doctrinal history. Your email address will not be published. With the temperatures dropping even here in sunny Florida, it is the perfect weekend morning breakfast to cozy up to. You could prepare the sauce the day before or you could do what I did and make it in less than 20 minutes. This one looks delish!!! The recipe below calls for cooking the eggs directly in the tomato sauce. It's a 14.5 ounce can, Beth. This looks so yummy, I'll have to give it a try . Condiments & Extras Such a great name and story, knowing the background makes it even more fun to eat! I like my yolk more cooked, so some in the photo were perfect for me. Learn how your comment data is processed. It can break the yolk and make it run. I did a little research on the history of Eggs in Purgatory and like so many classic recipes, the actual origin of it is quite unknown. Eggs in Purgatory is the Italian version and originated in Naples. I love how simple this is as well! Sorry I left that out. In Sicily they have uova cunzati and I know some add peas to the sauce. Did I mention how simple this is to put together? Lana Stuart is the cook and occasional traveler here at Never Enough Thyme. Eggs in Purgatory (Uova in Purgatoria) is something I remember my dad making when I was a young girl. You'll find about 700 recipes here so there's sure to be something your family will like! It is a dish that easily goes from breafast/brunch to a really satisfying and easy to make dinner. I hope you'll give this one a try and let me know how you liked it. Crack each egg into a small bowl and carefully slip them into the pan on top of the simmering sauce. Crack in the egg (or eggs), sprinkle the Parmesan over it, leaving some of the yellow yolk still exposed, and partially cover with a lid. Thanks! All of my favorites in one dish! Where Did Eggs in Purgatory Originate? I've been cooking since I was tall enough to reach the stove and started this blog in 2009 so I could share my delicious home cooking recipes with all of you. Spice the sauce up with crushed red pepper to your liking. A little history on this simple and delicious egg dish from Italy.

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