Definition of Baked egg

1. Noun. Egg cooked individually in cream or butter in a small ramekin.

Exact synonyms: Egg En Cocotte, Shirred Egg
Generic synonyms: Dish



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Baked Egg

bakchoi
bake
bake-off
bake-offs
bake sale
bake sales
bake up
bakeable
bakeapple
bakeapples
baked
baked-apple berry
baked Alaska
baked bean
baked beans
baked egg (current term)
baked goods
baked potato
baked potatoes
baked tongue
bakehouse
bakehouses
bakelites
bakemeat
bakemeats
baken
bakeoff
bakeoffs
bakeout
baker

Literary usage of Baked egg

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1. Practical Housekeeping: A Careful Compilation of Tried and Approved Recipes by Estelle Woods Wilcox, Bertha Clow (1883)
"DINNER—Boiled bacon with potatoes and beans, green corn pudding, raw tomatoes, baked egg plant; apple pie, cake. SUPPER—Raw oysters and sliced lemon, ..."

2. The Dixie Cook-book by Estelle Woods Wilcox (1883)
"DINNER—Boiled bacon with potatoes and beans, green corn pudding, raw tomatoes, baked egg plant; apple pie, cake. SUPPER—Raw oysters and sliced lemon, ..."

3. Mrs. Putnam's Receipt Book: And Young Housekeeper's Assistant by Elizabeth H. Putnam (1869)
"baked egg PLANT. Cut off the stalk end about an inch and a half; scrape out the inside with a spoon ; mix with this a boiled onion chopped fine, ..."

4. Modern Women of America Cookbook by Anna Claire Vangalder, Modern Woodmen of America (1913)
"baked egg». Eggs as needed. Butter a deep earthen dish and break in the eggs so they ... Vt. baked egg». Break the required number of eggs in a shallow pan, ..."

5. Practical dietetics: With Special Reference to Diet in Diseases by William Gilman Thompson (1905)
"A raw egg is ordinarily digested in the stomach in one and a half hour, but a baked egg requires from three and a half to four hours. ..."

6. Primary Studies for Nurses: A Text-book for First Year Pupil Nurses by Charlotte Albina Aikens (1912)
"SHIRRED OR baked egg Method.—Break egg in buttered dish; add salt; bake in moderate oven until white is firm (about five minutes). Serve in same dish. ..."

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