Wednesday, 19 March 2014

Giveaway #375 : Win a Take A Box Of Eggs recipe book - closed - winner Samantha Ripley


Swap ready meals for eggy meals with Dean Edwards !

Research shows that UK shoppers spend billions of pounds on convenience food, but TV chef Dean Edwards is hoping to inspire a more natural approach to fast food using the humble egg. Most people are short on time to cook their meals, with £2.5 billion a year spent on chilled ready meals alone, but Dean has created a range of main meals in minutes that won’t break the bank and show that a quick fix at dinner need not mean a takeaway or ready meal.

Dean Edwards’ collection of eight main meals includes new scrambled, poached, tortilla and boiled egg recipes, ranging from an English Breakfast Tortilla to the more exotic Fragrant Indonesian Fried Rice and Fiery Egg & Spinach Curry. The recipes feature on http://www.eggrecipes.co.uk and Dean has also created step by step ‘how to cook’ videos for the Egg Recipes YouTube channel, which prove just how quick and easy the dishes are to make. Dean offers some great tips on how to rustle up a quick and nutritious meal without spending hours in the kitchen, so even a cookery novice can become an egg masterchef.

Here are a couple of the recipe videos to give you an idea :





Dean Edwards says, “Everyone is so busy that quick and simple meals are really important in today’s world, but that doesn’t mean you need to compromise on flavour or quality. If you have a box of eggs in your fridge you can always rustle up a healthy, nutritious meal in no time at all. They are so versatile and can be used with a wide range of ingredients and flavours, so creating a meal to suit the whole family is easy once you have a little inspiration.”

Eggs are becoming increasingly popular amongst those looking to keep in shape with research showing they leave you feeling fuller for longer, as well as containing essential nutrients like protein, vitamin D and B vitamins, with celebrities such as Michelle Keegan citing omelettes as a key part of their healthy diet.
Always use eggs bearing the Lion mark, which guarantees that they have been produced to the highest standards of food safety. All Lion Quality eggs come from British hens vaccinated against salmonella, are fully traceable and have a ‘best before’ date on the shell as a guarantee of freshness.

I have a fabulous Take A Box Of Eggs recipe book to give away to one Madhouse Family Reviews reader - you can see my review of the book here. Enter using the Rafflecopter widget below.



 UK only. Closing date : 3/4/14

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !


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153 comments:

  1. My Favourite Egg Recipe Is Quiche

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  2. I love just a simple poached egg, when it's one of my own chickens' eggs. Unbeatable!

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  3. Fried egg, just the yolk though as i can't stand the white

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  4. I just love good old seaside sarnies .Egg and Tomato
    (Karen Delaney)

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  5. You cannot beat an omelet!

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  6. Does cake count? ;) If not, then a traditional spaghetti carbonara...

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  7. MyStyle Super Loop Bands review - commented

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  8. omelette with lots of cheese mushrooms and peppers

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  9. My favourite egg recipe is toast with cream cheese on top with a warm chopped boiled egg and topped with worcestershire sauce, chilli flakes. Sprinkle a little sea salt, cracked black pepper and ground white pepper! Delicious :) (Donna Loxton)

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  10. Poached egg with salmon
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  11. Omelette with onion and a little bit of soya sauce
    (kim neville)

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  12. I love egg fried rice

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  13. Cheese soufflé does it for me

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  14. I like an omelette, my kids love eggy bread

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  15. commented on MyStyle Super Loop Bands review

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  16. i have a fab recipe which is cross between a frittata & pasta bake, great for getting veg into my 2 boys :)

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  17. Commented on Globe-cooking recipe : Aji de Gallina (Peruvian Spicy Creamed Chicken)

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  18. We just love eggs - the runnier the yolk, the better :) I love dippy eggs and poached eggs with hot buttered toast soldiers to dip x

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  19. Also commented on your veg haul from your farmers market:

    http://madhousefamilyreviews.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/our-farmers-market-haul.html?showComment=1395323654813#c9147924351773678890

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  20. Eggy bread, or gypsy toast as my partner calls it. With a little splash of Worcestershire sauce. Really good with tinned baked beans. Fancy stuff huh?

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  21. Poached eggs and soldiers if I'm having eggs and Victoria sponge if I'm baking with eggs.

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  22. I have commented on -Blue Dragon Wasabi Plum Shot review

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  23. my fav is quiche

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  24. Poached eggs on toast and beans :-)

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  25. Commented on Globe-cooking recipe : Chunky Savoie Salad (France)

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  26. Love all egg recipes! But I do particularly love it when my Hubby cooks French Toast (eggy bread)

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  27. love eggs any way at all , quiche, French bread

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  28. Goats cheese and red pepper frittata

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  29. I love an Omelette!

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  30. Boiled egg because of its simplicity and use ability.

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  31. i love hard boiled eggs on a salad x

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  32. three egg omelette with mushrooms

    KATHY D

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  33. You can't beat an omelette ( well you can beat it Lol)

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  34. Omelettes - filled with bacon, cheese and mushroom!

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  35. egg white omelet with protein powder and cinamon!

    - simon fullard

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  36. eggs are brilliant scrambled,fried,boiled,quiches omelettes i love em all xxx

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  37. anything cheese and onion, could be an omelette could be a quiche, either is fine with me

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  38. Egg & soldiers :)
    simple but yummy!

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  39. Ham and Cheese Omelette

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  40. Soft boiled egg with dipping soldiers. Yummy.

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  41. I love scrambled eggs on toast.

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  42. Poached eggs with smoked salmon fish cakes

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  43. Eggs Benedict x

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  44. Spanish Tortilla, a lovely Spanish mum gave me her family recipe !

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  45. Omelette with onion, spinach, tomato and cheese

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  46. My Favourite Egg Recipe Is Quiche.

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  47. Eggy bread- a childhood favourite

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  48. Poached egg on Granary toast with Marmite, topped with freshly ground pepper - delicious

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  49. poached egg on brown toast yummy

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  50. i love simple poached egg on toast yummy

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  51. poached egg on creamy spinich

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  52. Rebecca Gransden1 April 2014 at 19:26

    Marble cake would be nothing without eggs.

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  53. I love poached eggs. I have my own chickens so this would be great, fingers crossed

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  54. eggy bread with cinnamon and vanilla :D

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  55. I love simple boiled egg with buttered soldiers but would love to try some egg recipes :)

    Natalie Gillham

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  56. any variety of pancakes

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  57. mashed up egg and butter in a cup :)

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  58. I love quiche or a lovely ham and egg pie

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  59. I love omelettes filled with cheese, herbs and mushrooms x

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  60. We love a omelette with potatoes, mushrooms, spring onions and lots of herbs :)

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  61. I love an egg mayonnaise sandwich

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  62. boiled egg with dippy soldiers

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  63. Eggy Bread...yum.
    claire.bob23@hotmail.co.uk

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  64. Pam Francis Gregory2 April 2014 at 18:11

    Fried Egg sandwich - Yum!

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  65. Hubby's scrambled eggs - not sure how he does it, but even our dd said the other day that she prefers his scrambled eggs to other people's!

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  66. Egg fried rice - with added veg and prawns too

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  67. I love a homemade quiche lorraine!

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  68. Scambled eggs :)

    @oneisjamie

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  69. Frittatas with any veggies which need using up :)

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  70. Scrambled egg with smoked salmon

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  71. Scrambled eggs with black pepper sprinkled on top. It is delicious on toast :- preferably made with multigrain bread.

    Rachel Craig

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  72. I commented on blog :- Cadbury's Creme Eggs Review and Monuts recipe.

    Rachel Craig

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  73. That is such a tough question I love eggs... I'm going to say eggy bread though (simple but so tasty). I haven't had in such a long time, I might have to make some.

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  74. My new favourite is toast with cream cheese on top with a warm chopped boiled egg and topped with worcestershire sauce. It sounds delicious.

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  75. My favourite is Spanish Tortilla

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  76. scrambled eggs on toast

    trevor linvell

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  77. omelette with red onion and mushrooms

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  78. Boiled egg and mayonnaise sandwich. Yummy!! :)

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  79. french toast, the savoury one not sweet x

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  80. I love eggy bread (or gypsy toast as my nan used to call it) with baked beans and bacon.

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  81. Spanish Omlette! Yum!! :-)

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  82. I love an omelette filled with seasonal vegetables.

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  83. my hubby loves egg custard
    lisa ann tebbutt

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  84. Spanish omelette @lucyirv

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  85. Eggs Benedict. Always get it in hotels

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  86. Champaklal Lad3 April 2014 at 21:42

    Indian Style Spicy Eggy Bread, eggy and hot

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  87. Omelette

    Jill cordner

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  88. Sliced hard vboiled egg sandwich

    G. Williamson

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