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Tuesday, 14 October 2014
So this was my first attempt and what I will call Fluffy Baked Eggs.
This is so easy and would probably be a good way for children to like eggs as they could probably make different shapes with them.
The longest bit is waiting for the oven to heat up!
I will tell you what I did this time but it is an 'Eggs in Process' to see which way I prefer after trying out various options.
They do look good and interesting though and hubby was impressed!
OK, so I just whisked the egg whites, dolloped them in a pile on the tray, made a dip in the centre and dropped the yolk in and baked them in the oven at 180 degrees for about 8 minutes until they started to go brown.
They taste very light and airy so unlike any other version of cooking eggs.
I think I will also try putting them in a cooler oven and let the yolks cook for a few minutes before I add the yolks in the centre which may make a crispier alternative with a runnier yolk.
But I think you could make these into interesting shapes for the kids and get them involved with cooking them.
Happy baking and experimenting :)
I've been debating whether to keep it running because I didn't think anyone ever read it but when I came one here today I was totally shocked as to how many people read it.
Of course you are all probably new people who haven't met me on G+ or haven't got sick of reading my blog yet :)
But I should probably post on here more often and it is definitely a good place to put the odd recipe I make up so I can find it again, which brings me to the reason I came on here today.
I often (well most of the time really) make up recipes as I go along and 99% of the time they turn out great which makes me feel extremely lucky as some people have many failures even with recipes from a book.
I tend to just add things on the spur of the moment and so often my meals / cakes etc. are either very or slightly different from before.
If a particular dish turns out really tasty I often try to jot down what I put in it on a piece of paper when I have finished eating it so I can make it again.
That's not easy though as I as I don't measure anything and just add a sprinkle of this or shake of that and a dollop of something else.
But it would be a good idea if I got myself in gear and not just write these things on scraps of paper I can never find again but on my blog.