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Luann de Lesseps’ ‘Eggs à la Francaise’ Recipe!

From now on we will be sharing food recipes from your favorite Real Housewives stars on a weekly basis, so everyone can enjoy these delicious dishes, mixed drinks and much more. This week we will be sharing Luann de Lesseps infamous Eggs à la Francaise. Check it out below!

If you recall, the meal first made an appearance back in Season 7 of The Real Housewives of New York City as Luann tried to cool down a very hot Sonja Morgan during the ladies' trip to Turks and Caicos.

Last month, the mother-of-two shared with her fans how the make the infamous meal via her social media. Luann mixed eggs in a bowl as you would normally do to prep scrambled eggs and added salt, pepper, and a drop of water before putting them into a pot, not a pan.

"The key to good eggs à la Francaise is you have to constantly stir them and with a pot with some butter so that they're really fluffy," Luann said in one video. "That's why they're called eggs à la Francaise; they're not from the frying pan. They're like mashed potatoes."

Luann also took to her Bravo blog to share the recipe with her fans. Check it out below!

Luann’s Eggs à  la Francaise recipe 

8 eggs
2 tablespoons of milk
Pinch of salt and pepper
1 tablespoon butter

Directions: Whisk eggs with the milk, salt, and pepper. Melt the butter in a saucepan, add eggs and cook on low heat, stirring continuously so the texture is very fine and creamy. The consistency should resemble polenta. You can add a dash of truffle oil or a spoonful of tomato sauce to give it a new twist. Serves four. 

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Source/Photo Credit: Bravo