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This is a new fun way to eat breakfast! Watch the video below and learn how to cook these easy and delicious eggs in bacon baskets. This yummy recipe, courtesy of Sonia of Yellowsaffron can be done in 30 minutes. These eggs in bacon baskets are a great dish to serve when you are having guests for brunch or having a lazy Sunday at home.
For 12 servings:
• 5 eggs
• less than 1 cup (200 ml) of heavy cream
• 24 slices of bacon • 2-3 tbsp of parmesan cheese
• a few basil leaves
• salt and pepper to taste
Crack the eggs… now add the heavy cream, as an alternative you can replace it with ricotta cheese or a couple of tablespoons of mascarpone cheese… 2 tablespoons of parmesan cheese… beat everything… until you have an even mixture. If you want to make the eggs richer, you can add more cheese or vegetables, but take care to finely dice them, so they’ll bake evenly. Now add salt… pepper, and the roughly torn basil leaves… be generous with basil!
Give another stir… and take the pan: we’ll use a muffin pan, because our baked eggs will look a bit like muffins. Take a slice of bacon… lay the second one crosswise… and line the rest of the muffin cup. If you don’t have a muffin pan, you can use aluminum baking cups, that you can find at the supermarket, or ceramic ramekins, like this. You don’t need to grease the pan, since bacon is fat enough and it won’t stick to the pan.
They’re ready, now pour the egg mixture into each basket. Bake at 350°F (180°C) for 12-15 minutes, until the eggs are cooked and golden brown.
Our eggs in bacon baskets are ready, serve with a fresh salad. For a vegetarian version, you can use grilled zucchini instead of bacon, but take care to line the mould with parchment paper… good, easy and quick!
One more piece of advice:
If your bacon doesn’t cook sufficiently to your liking on bottom, you can always try pre-frying the slices until they are slightly browned but still pliable. Then line the muffin cups with those and toss in your egg and bake.
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