Stuffed Croissants Part 2

Spicy eggs as we know is not a new thing, take kedgeree for example and I have already mentioned many times of my love for spicy egg sandwiches. A trip to Lidl yesterday meant I brought home the usual 4 all butter croissants fresh from the bakery. They are some of the nicest I’ve had outside of France. There was ham and cheese in the fridge and I had half planned to make a similar version of my bacon croissants. This was met with suspicion and after disappearing off to do a few things in the office I reappeared to discover that my friend had made a batch of his delicious spicy eggs and filled the croissants. Did it work you ask? Do you even have to ask? Of course it did, in fact I think adding mushrooms and spinach/rocket for those inclined would be an even better combination. These are not toasted so no need to worry if you don’t have a panini machine or similar.

Croissants A La Luke – Aka Spicy Egg Stuffed Croissants

Serving Size:
4 Croissants
15 Prep
5 Cooking


  • 6 Free Range Eggs
  • 4 Good quality croissants – do not by the cheap ones!
  • 3 Tbsp Mayonnaise – low fat if you like but I find it doesn’t taste as good.
  • 1 Tbsp Medium/Mild Curry Powder – This does work with tandoori as well if that’s all you have.
  • Optional: Sautéed garlic mushrooms, Spinach, Rocket


  1. Boil kettle of water
  2. Transfer boiling water to saucepan and ensure rolling boil before adding eggs. Cook for 5 to 6 minutes. N.b – you can add them to cold water to make hard boiled and adjust the cooking time accordingly, normally about 8 minutes in total.
  3. Drain the eggs and plunge into cold water to cool.
  4. Peel eggs and place in a bowl.
  5. Add the curry powder and mayonnaise and mash together – fold mushrooms now if using.
  6. Slice the croissants.
  7. Spread eggs on the croissants and add your leaves if using.
  8. Serve immediately.

I hope you enjoy my croissant series, do you have any things you like to stuff yours with? Let me know in the comments below or join the conversation at Facebook.com/onlynomeswriting or twitter.com/nomwritingfood.

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