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Polish Stuffed Eggs in Shells (Alternative Deviled Eggs)

Jajka faszerowane is a well-known dishes – it’s stuffed eggs. But, it can be done in many different ways, but everyone automatically assumes it’s deviled eggs.

You know, those eggs you cut in half and make a mush out of yolk, just to mix it with something and put it back in, preferably in a decorative way.

I never liked typical deviled eggs, as it was too much plain white. Jajka w skorupkach – eggs in shells are definitely my favorite.

In Poland you’d normally see them in brown shells, but unfortunately my local store in the US doesn’t sell brown eggs.

Similar to egg cutlers, stuffed eggs were popular during interwar period. These days, it’s a typical Easter breakfast dish.

You can change the recipe up and try some with bacon pieces, others with mushrooms and onions, some people like it without anything extra – just eggs.

Stuffed Eggs in Shells Recipe Pointers

  • Keep in mind that getting eggs out of shells without breaking it is a tricky part of this recipe. I usually lose one egg, but then I make egg cutlets out of it instead.
  • I recommend cutting the eggshell in your hand, not on a chopping board. That way you have more control over it.

Polish Stuffed Eggs in Shells: Jajka Faszerowane

Polish Stuffed Eggs in Shells: Jajka Faszerowane
Prep Time 20 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes


  • 10 eggs
  • 2 tablespoons of flour
  • 3 tablespoons of breadcrumbs
  • some finely chopped mushrooms or small cooked pieces of bacon
  • 4 shallots chopped
  • 1 tablespoon of butter
  • salt, pepper


    1. Put the eggs in cold water in which you previously dissolved a tablespoon of salt.
    2. Bring to a boil and cook for 10 minutes, remove, remove the boiling water, and let it cool in cold water for about 5 min.
    3. Cut eggshells lengthwise (see recipe pointers). Remove the egg from the shell and set them aside.
    4. Mash the eggs with a fork, then add a spoon of breadcrumbs, shallots, either mushrooms or bacon, salt and pepper. Mix well.
    5. Grease the pan with a spoon of butter, then position stuffed eggshells upside down. Fry each eggshell until the light yellow-brown color (about 4 minutes), then remove from the skillet.
    6. Eat it with a spoon. Shells are decorative - do NOT eat them! 😉

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