Egg Flowers

Egg flower

Nothing special…. Just a fancy way of serving eggs to your kids….no guarantee that they will eat the capsicum:) 

Egg Flowers

1” Capsicum rings of different colours
Salt and pepper

Oil a nonstick pan and place capsicum rings on it.

Egg flower 3

When the pan is hot, carefully break an egg into each ring.

Egg flower 2

Sprinkle salt and pepper and cook covered for few minutes.
Since I like my egg well done, I flipped and cooked for few minutes.

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Baked Egg in a Bacon Cup

Baked Egg in Bacon Cup

This is not one of my everyday cooking…..but it did give me immense satisfaction to see the kids enjoy.

Ingredients: depends on how many cups you need
4 slices bacon (cooked)
4 eggs
4 bread slices
Pepper and salt
4 tsp any grated cheese

Cut rounds of bread slices to fit in the muffin pan.
Lightly grease the muffin pans and place one bread slice each. Add 1 tsp cheese on top of each bread slice.
Place one slice bacon around the sides of the pan.
Carefully break an egg into each pan.
Sprinkle pepper and salt.
Bake in a preheated oven at 180 degrees C for 10-15 mins.
You can top the eggs with additional cheese if you wish.

Its an eye-pleaseing appetizer in a gathering, but you have to make it just before you serve.
Cook few extra bacon strips till crispy. Crumble and store in the fridge. Sprinkle little on top of eggs or pizzas to get a different taste.

Baked Egg in Bacon Cup

Mini frittata

Mini broccoli frittata

4 eggs
1 small onion chopped
½ cup green and red bell peppers chopped
½ cup black beans (optional)
½ cup broccoli florets steamed
Salt and pepper
1 pinch oregano
1 pinch red chilli flakes
Beat eggs with a fork.
Add the rest of the ingredients.
Adjust salt.
Preheat oven to 140 Celsius.
Pour into muffin pans and bake for 15-20 mins or till done.
You can saute the vegetables first before adding to beaten egg.
You can make this in a pan on stove top. Cut into wedges and serve.