Sunday, November 27, 2011

Baked Sunny Eggs in Ramekin


It takes some skills to spoil a breakfast. Even an extra virgin chef can't do it.

This dish is great nutrition all packed into one little ramekin - Baked Sunny Eggs with roasted tomatoes and garlic sautéed spinach. What better way to start off your Sunday. Food to get you in the mood.




This one took a bit longer and you can see the eggs are firmer.
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8 comments:

  1. nigella lawson adds cream and truffle oil to her version...will try this recipe one of these days...

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  2. Yeah, I've been thinking of truffles. But am keeping off cream!

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  3. Hi Luan,
    this sounds awesome. are you taking normal fresh tomatoes or sundried?

    cheers from Germany
    Sandy

    ps we are going tollwood now and will have some delicious lunch
    http://www.tollwood.de/english/winterfestival-2011/market-of-ideas/

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  4. Hi Sandy! I used big fresh tomatoes. Each slice fits the base of the ramekins snugly. But sundries tomatoes sound yummy too. And yes, I would add some truffle oil the next time round!

    P/S: Tollwood sounds awesome!

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  5. i love this, look yummy and delicious !!!

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    1. And it's healthy too. Do try it and let me know how it goes.

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