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Old 03-01-2014, 09:36 PM   #1
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ISO recipe for a dish seen on TV

This is kind of vague but I remember a recipe I saw on a tv show some time ago but can't find it or anything close. I believe it was a spanish dish, struck me as paella looking, but the last ingredient was eggs cracked in it and cooked slightly and then they just dug into it with bread. Any ideas what it might have been?

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Old 03-02-2014, 06:31 AM   #2
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Baked Eggs On Spanish Rice Recipe - Food.com - 352320

Maybe something like this?
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Somewhat off at a tangent but what does ISO stand for in cases like this? It can't be International Standards Organisation.
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Somewhat off at a tangent but what does ISO stand for in cases like this? It can't be International Standards Organisation.
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Somewhat off at a tangent but what does ISO stand for in cases like this? It can't be International Standards Organisation.
Thanks for asking the question I was going to ask.
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Thanks for asking the question I was going to ask.
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This is kind of vague but I remember a recipe I saw on a tv show some time ago but can't find it or anything close. I believe it was a spanish dish, struck me as paella looking, but the last ingredient was eggs cracked in it and cooked slightly and then they just dug into it with bread. Any ideas what it might have been?
Did they use pieces of flatbread to eat it with? Then it might be Ethiopian.
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This is kind of vague but I remember a recipe I saw on a tv show some time ago but can't find it or anything close. I believe it was a spanish dish, struck me as paella looking, but the last ingredient was eggs cracked in it and cooked slightly and then they just dug into it with bread. Any ideas what it might have been?
So we have rice and eggs eaten with bread in this dish. That's not much to go on Can you describe it any further? What other ingredients did it have? How were they prepared - diced, sliced, precooked in any way? How was the final dish cooked?
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Unless we here form OP, I think Craig is right.
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