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These are cute for Sunday Morning Breakfast! Here’s the recipe, enjoy! Very simple, just three steps: 1) Cut bell peppers into 1/2 inch rings 2) Place in a non-stick lightly oiled skillet 3) Crack an egg in the middle of each ring and cover and cook over low heat until done. If you like your yolks runny, just cook over low heat until whites are done. If you like your yolks firm, break the yolks and then cook over low heat until both whites and yolks are firm Eggs, Food, Breakfast, Cute Ideas, Belle Peppers, Recipes, Flowers Power, Cool Ideas, Great Ideas
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Eggy Cups! cut circle out of slice of bread, using cookie cutter or drinking glass; wrap piece of bacon around outside of bread, place in greased muffin tin. sprinkle grated cheese on bread, top with one egg. bake in oven till egg is the way you want it and bacon is crisp.
The bok choy at my local Japanese market looked so fresh and green the other day that I had to pick some up. I also scored a few packets of fresh udon noodles and a bunch of spring onions. Cooked in some chicken broth back home, I had a very satisfying bowl of soup within 15 minutes of walking in the door.
Cuddled Eggs Can’t be much easier than this—a real, one pot cooking wonder. Serves 4 Butter, for coating 4 eggs 8 tablespoons heavy cream 16 baby spinach leaves 4 tablespoons crumbled fried bacon 1 spring onion, thinly sliced Salt and pepper, to taste Preheat oven to 350F. Butter 4 small ramekins. Break an egg in each and add cream, spinach leaves, bacon, onion, salt and pepper. Bake for about 10 to 12 minutes. Serve hot with toast. Photo by Colin Cooke