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Eggs in Purgatory

Eggs in Purgatory

INSTRUCTIONS

Heat 1 Jar of Monte’s Tomato Sauce to pan or skillet - add crushed red pepper (optional). Cover pan and cook, stirring sauce every couple of minutes with a wooden spoon.

Meanwhile, strip leaves off Swiss chard stems and tear into bite-sized pieces (or bigger, your call). Reserve stems for your next sauté. Transfer leaves to a medium bowl.

Reduce heat under sauce to medium-low (sauce should be bubbling gently). Carefully crack eggs into a large measuring glass, then slip one at a time into sauce, spacing them evenly apart around perimeter of pan. Season eggs with salt and pepper, cover pan, and cook until whites are set but yolks are still runny, 4–6 minutes.

While eggs are cooking, toast bread until crisp. Drizzle with oil, then firmly rub outside of lemon onto toasts to release aromatic oils from peel (you’ll smell it!). Sprinkle toasts with sea salt.

Squeeze about 2 Tbsp. lemon juice over greens, then toss in basil. Drizzle some oil over and season with kosher salt and black pepper. Toss again to combine.

Scoop an egg out of pan, spooning it up from underneath to keep the yolk intact, and transfer to a small shallow bowl. Spoon extra sauce around egg and sprinkle with sea salt. Repeat with remaining eggs.

Serve with salad and toasts alongside.

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