3.29.2009

Eggs BSI

After looking over the other entries for this weeks BSI I am a bit embarrassed that mine is so simple. This week has been crazy with constant Redoubt eruptions and spring cleaning, so simple was the key or not at all. Here goes nothing.


Eggs Palmer -------------- oven 400 degrees F

2 cups frozen shredded hash browns
cooking spray
4 farm fresh eggs
salt and pepper to taste
4 small 6oz Pyrex bowls

Lightly spray each Pyrex dish
evenly divide the frozen hash browns between bowls and form a bit of a nest by pushing the potatoes to the edges of the bowl but do leave some on the bottom of the dish too
salt each bowl lightly and bake for 15 minutes until the nest has begun to brown lightly
remove from the oven and use a spoon to push the potatoes against the side of the bowl not mashing so much and resetting them
crack an egg in each bowl salt and pepper if desired
return to oven bake an additional 15 minutes or until eggs are set

I prefer my eggs un-runny and they were cooked pretty thoroughly with these cooking times
feel free to cook the potatoes longer and the eggs less if that's how you like it

Simple, easy, awesome.

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7 comments:

  1. Totally filing this one away.

    I make a kind of quiche thing in a pie pan with hash browns as the crust. Then mix up eggs, whatever b'fast meat & cheese I have on hand & it's yummy!

    Never thought to do it in smaller sizes. I wonder if I could try it in muffin cups?

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  2. OMG this reminds me of the eggs in a basket I used to get when I was a little girl at the fancy restaurant at the Marshall Fields in Downtown Chicago! YUM!

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  3. Simple is often best! That looks great, I love that idea.

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  4. I am starving right now, and the wee ones ate all our dinner. I am tempted to head out to go get hashbrowns at the store now. Yum! Thanks for the idea.

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  5. OMG they're so pretty, even if they are "simple!" :) Great entry!

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  6. Gorgeous! Sometimes it's not how many ingredients there are, but the presentation!

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