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And a little goat cheese because well, YUM.

Indian Style Baked Eggs with Green Harissa + Naan | @hbharvest

Umm, but I may have forgotten the goat cheese for photos. UGH. So very sorry about this, but in my defense, my working conditions have been pretty dusty and intrusive lately.

At this very moment, I have three carpenters sawing wood in the next room over and if you looked at the photos of my house, you already know that everything is OPEN. SO, this means I have saw dust all over me and yeah, I do think it may be effecting the effectiveness of my brain. The very good news is, I can sort of see the light at the end of the tunnel. Well, as far as the wood work goes. They are working on the last wall and while I am sure there are still a few other minor things that will need to be done, I am SO exited for the major wood work to be over with. It should hopefully mean that the bulk of all the dustyness will be over.

Northern Indian Style Baked Eggs with Green Harissa + Naan | @hbharvest

And also!?!? My bedroom is totally finished…well minus my cute little chandler that I still need my very LAME electrician to hang. I will not lie, getting that chandelier hung may never happen. I may end up trying to convince my dad to come over and do it. My electrician? He just will not show up and when he does? He comes and does the tiniest thing and he’s gone within the hour. It’s cool though, my lights just dangle out of their sockets and it’s a little dark at night, but the kitchen works….so I am good….or this is what I keep telling myself….it’a all gonna be worth it….yes….it will.

Positive thinking!

Northern Indian Style Baked Eggs with Green Harissa + Naan | @hbharvest

So anyway, happy Monday!

Are some of you off work for Martin Luther King Jr. Day? My dad’s off, but I am thinking there are a lot of us out there working today? You lucky people who have the day off, are you doing anything fun? I’m cooking of course, along with my worker dudes, but that’s pretty much a very typical day for me these days. I am also trying to figure out how to get internet down here at the barn. At first I tried a Verizon hot spot – not for me, ate waaay too much data! Then I looked into other options , but nothing sounded too promising. Now we are going back to Comcast to see if they can help. You see my mom bought this giant 1000 ft outdoor ethernet cord on Amazon to try to establish a connection from the main house all the way down to the barn. Unfortunately, we lacked the skills needed to make the thing work! Next move – call in the Comcast cavalry and see what they can do. You see there is no digging around here after October 15 and we missed the date. Therefore, we need to get creative. I’ll keep you posted!

Ok, but let’s talk about these Northern Indian style baked eggs.

I told you guys I was doing something with that green harissa from yesterday. I bet that many of you, knowing my love for eggs, guessed I would pair them with the green harissa. I mean, do you remember when I made the red harissa and then the next day I made this toast? Being honest here, it’s probably some of the best toast around. Eggs, avocado, goat cheese<–YEAH.

Northern Indian Style Baked Eggs with Green Harissa + Naan | @hbharvest

Naturally, I went with Indian flavors and eggs, but this time I baked umm, and made them much more curry-like. Curry baked eggs… with tomatoes and cilantro and goat cheese, oh and loads of fresh naan for dipping (a must obviously).

It’s the best any time, cozy and yet still super healthy, meal. Also, I have never been hung over, but I am thinking this would cure any hangover. I mean, right?!? Eggs, tomatoes, cheese, carbs? Sounds pretty perfect to me.

This recipe could not be better food for a Monday. Like I said, it’s delish, cozy, quick, easy AND healthy, but yet still feels totally comforting. Trust me. make this tonight – and the naan, because it’s really nothing without the naan. You need something to soak up all the sauce.

And before I go, I want to say that this recipe was inspired by a photo the incredibly talented Tara O’Brady Posted. Her eggs looked so incredible I wanted to try my hand at them!

Indian Style Baked Eggs with Green Harissa + Naan | @hbharvest

Northern Indian Style Baked Eggs with Green Harissa + Naan.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 35 minutes
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings: 6 Servings
Calories Per Serving: 352 kcal

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  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  • Heat a large oven safe skillet over medium heat and add the olive oil. Once hot, add the onions. Cook for 8-10 minutes or until soft. Add the jalapenos, garlic and ginger. Cook another 2 minutes and then stir in the cumin, garam masala, chili powder and smoked paprika. Continue cooking for another minute.
  • Add the tomatoes, crushing them with your hand as you add them. Stir in the sun-dried tomatoes, coconut milk and crushed red pepper. Bring the sauce to a low boil and simmer for about 10 minutes or until the sauce has thickened slightly. Remove from the heat and stir in the cilantro
  • Create small wells for the eggs and carefully crack the eggs into the wells. Sprinkle the eggs with salt and pepper. Place the whole skillet in the oven and bake until the whites are just set but yolks are still runny, about 12 to 15 minutes. Sprinkle with fresh dill, lime and almonds. Serve with a side of fresh hot [naan |].


*Recipe inspired by [Tara O'Brady's |] Photo of her recipe for Northern Indian Baked Eggs.
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  1. I am new to your site and a HUGE fan! I just stumbled across it on a Google search the other day. I made this Indian baked egg recipe tonight and your BLT Croque Madame last night. Amazing. Thank you. I aspire to food blog like you someday, but until then I’ll just try to re-create your recipes 🙂

  2. This sounds great, any suggestions for my valentine’s day menu? I’m thinking of a very Indian style dinner party!

  3. Good grief T. This looks beyond delicious. This is one of my absolute favourite ways of eating eggs, the possibilities are endless. Love!

  4. This is my first time to your site. This recipe looks amazing: eggs, savory sauce with Indian spicing, goat cheese. Yum, indeed. I am allergic to coconut milk. Can I use almond milk?
    Thank you!!!’

    1. Thank you so much, Jennifer!!! So excited you are liking what you see!

      I think something a little thicker would work better, would whole milk or cream work?

  5. bah I hate when my recipe has a detail I didn’t include in the photos, it happens to all of us!! this looks awesome anyway though, love that yummy green harissa!

  6. Hi! This looks awesome. Just a question, at what point are you adding the harissa? Are you stirring it into the sauce or just using it at the end as a garnish? Can’t see it in the instructions 🙂 Thanks, looking forward to trying it!

  7. Ahhh this is so creative! I may or may not be imagining myself dipping naan into the skillet. And that last shot! Great recipe and photos 🙂

  8. Yummy is all i can say about this recipe, along with the harissa recipe yesterday! I will be excited to make this soon, as I have never had anything like this. To new experiences and food adventures, led by my favorite blogger!!! 🙂

  9. Oh my gosh, this looks like heaven (food heaven, that is)! I’m so excited to use my garam masala and other indian spices I got recently! Yum!

  10. Mmm – so many amazing flavors!!! Love flavorful ways to eat more eggs! And your pics are so amazing!

  11. I feel like I always say this to you, but GORGEOUS! I love all the Indian flavors, plus eggs. Yeah.

    1. HI! I add it just before serving and right after it comes out of the oven. Sorry about that, I will fix the recipe. Hope you love this!!