Try this huevos haminados recipe for the Passover / Pesach festival. Huevos haminados recipes are created both for the Passover / Pesach festival and for the Shabbat holiday, as the word "Hamin" suggests a Sabbath dish, given the interpretation of "hamin" as meaning "oven" in this context, but this is but one interpretation of the word "Hamin", as there are many other interpretations.
As mentioned, the name Huevos Haminados (alternate spelling: "Guevos Enjaminados") has different explanations as to its origin. One explanation has it that Huevos Haminados literally means "Oven Eggs" in Spanish, where "Huevos" means "eggs" and "hamin" means "oven", due to the fact that these eggs are hard-boiled using an oven. However, another explanation has it that "hamin" is actually a Hebrew word and does not mean "oven" but rather is used to describe the food that is being cooked on a Friday night for the Shabbat holiday and metaphorically means "warmth" and "embers" (according to Jewish religious law, one is not permitted to start a flame during the Shabbat holiday which is from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday for Jews, so one must start cooking before Shabbat begins and leave the heat on low flame for the duration of the Shabbat holiday if one wants warm food on Shabbat). Another explanation is that huevos haminados means "brown eggs" in Ladino, the primarily Spanish-Hebrew dialect (with some Portuguese and Arabic thrown in, among other languages where Sephardim settled over time) of Sephardim or Sephardic Jews. Sephardim (alternate spelling: Sefardim; plural form of "Sephardi" or "Sefardi"; descriptive form: "Sephardic" or "Sefardic") are Jews whose ancestors came either from Spain and/or Portugal. Still others claim that the word Hamin means "hot" in Hebrew, and is also used as a metaphor for the context of food that is being cooked on a Friday night for the Shabbat holiday. These differing explanations meant that Sephardic identity was justified through certain dishes but depended on personal interpretations; wherever Sephardim lived outside Spain after the Spanish Inquisition in 1492, Spanish associations were highly treasured and yet they were subject to individual translation and thus negotiation.
The following huevos haminados recipe is one of the traditional versions of a huevos haminados recipe.
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon pepper
Handful of dry onion peels
Instructions for the Huevos Haminados recipe:
Yield: 6 huevos haminados eggs.