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- adj. comparative form of eggy: more eggy
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Again, it is just my personal preference to have an "eggier" tortilla, still full of potatoes and onions, but largely bound by eggs.
The main difference is that the directions below result in the protein fish in this case being less dense with a puffier, eggier crust.
Freshly fried beignets ($3) were far eggier and therefore wetter than most, but still plenty poppable under a classically messy mound of powdered sugar.
And homemade mayonnaise, made with fresh eggs, is so much better - creamier and eggier - though it won't keep as long.
Cheaper than the organic kind encased in plastic, farm eggs not only have a lovely orange yoke and an eggier flavor; their irregular shapes and brown freckles make for a really beautiful Easter egg.