How to Grill Eggs
The Complete Guide To Mouthwatering Grilled Eggs
With Easter just around the corner, we decided to take a look at how to grill some of the most iconic Easter foods. First up: grilled eggs. Delicious, smoky, creamy, and easy too!
How to Grill Eggs
If you have a heat source, you’re pretty much guaranteed a deliciously cooked egg. Especially if you’re using the grill as that heat source. Just like cooking over a stove, there are two basic ways to grill an egg: in the shell and inside something else.
Grilling an egg in its shell might be the easiest BBQ food that exists. Simply pick up an egg, place it on the grill, turn it a few times, and wait until it starts to brown. Once the shell is brown, crack it open, put some seasoning on it, and enjoy! Here’s a quick video showing how to grill an egg in-shell. There’s not much to it!
Grilling an egg outside of its shell is where you can start to have some fun. You can use a simple skillet over the grill to make your eggs or you can be adventurous and grill your egg inside some other food. The best example we can think of would be cutting a bell pepper in half to serve as a makeshift skillet. Egg + Pepper + Grill = a combination of tastes that will blow your mind.
7 Mouthwatering Grilled Egg Recipes
Here are a few of our favorite grilled egg recipes for around the web:
Cambodian Grilled Eggs by Global Table Adventure — it’s hard to put into words how amazing this grilled egg recipe is. First, make small holes in the egg shell through which you can empty them. Then use the yolks to make a flavorful mixture, which is poured back into shells, Steam, then grill. Sounds harder than it is, but a must try.
Grilled Eggs by The Wannabe Chef — an egg that “would be perfect slathered in barbeque sauce.” Sounds(and tastes) like a winner to us!
Grilled Scrambled Eggs by Fab Food — just like normal scrambled eggs but with some added smokiness to make them even better!
Smoked Scotch Eggs by BBQ Spot — we have a Scotch Egg recipe that will definitely have you coming back for seconds. Unlike the recipes above, it utilizes a smoker to make the smoky flavor stand out even more. You can also use indirect heat from a grill if you don’t have a smoker.
Grilled Eggs by Food.com — muffin pans are not just for desserts. Cheese, peppers, salsa, and more combine to make a grilled egg that shines. Just look at this review of the recipe: “Wow! This was terrific! I really did not think that grilling them on the barbeque would make a very big difference in the taste, but boy was I wrong! These were superb, with a great flavor.”
Grilled Bacon, Egg and Beef Meatwich by Diabetes Warrior — a sandwich made entirely on a grill. It continues the theme of grilled eggs having a nice, smoky flavor.
Grilled Eggs with Mexican Chorizo by Mark’s Daily Apple — a recipe that utilizes the bell pepper method for grilling the eggs, resulting in a smoky, charred flavor.
Stay tuned to our blog in the coming days as we show off even more great Easter BBQ recipes. Subscribe today!