Wednesday, February 22, 2012

TRY THIS AT HOME

Last Saturday, in response to Hevel's post, I made these (recipe at link).

Like Hevel, I also took a picture of MY version:

Not so pretty, but they were a HUGE HIT with the kids, Sergei even saying it was a "perfect" idea.  Furthermore, they are very quick and easy - much more so than any other egg dish I can think of. Plus, despite using the muffin tin,the clean up is easy - my tin didn't get especially dirty!

After Hevel posted his photo, I thought it would be fun if everyone tried it and did the same thing.  How about it?  I challenge you!

Funny I'd have a food post on Ash Wednesday, now I think of it - happy fasting!

17 comments:

The Combes Family said...

Yum! Looks like a great weekend dish!!!

Hevel Cohen said...

Yum, yum. Did you see Ágó's photos on my blog? Yours are photo set number 3! I'll make these again over the weekend!

:)De said...

I learned this recipe from Sheri last year and they were a big hit at my house too. I have changed mine a bit by scrambling the eggs first before pouring them into the muffin tin. Uses less eggs and solves the problem of those that don't like the yolk looking at them. LOL!

Hevel Cohen said...

I linked to your post. :D

Monique said...

These look super yummy. We shall have to try them at our house. Thank you for sharing it!

Mike and Christie said...

OO those look good! Gotta try when we get home from the hospital!

Annie said...

Now, when you try it, everyone - take a picture!!!

Annie said...

:)De, I love that idea and had already thought about it, because I really don't like eggs that aren't beaten up - plus I'm REALLY fond of things like cheese and onion and green pepper! The neat thing about these, in my opinion is using the bread, and how you put it in the tin.

Tina in CT said...

Delicious! I also love egg, meat, veggie, cheese strata made the night ahead. Try that with your family and have a fruit salad for a side dish.

Bozót said...

Long-time lurker, first-time commenter here (via Hevel's blog)
I've made the same dish a few times in individual mugs and added veggies like corn, peas, spinach or olives.The muffin tin version is quicker, though.
Yours looks yummy! I might take up the challenge and make them for supper tomorrow!

Christine said...

oooo, what a neat idea!

mamaporuski said...

Will have to try at home this weekend...sorry on the road. I will try and remember the pics too!

thisjourneyofmylife said...

It looks so good! I'm going to try a GF-version of this, but I'll have to buy a muffin-tin first ...

Hevel Cohen said...

Ciska, you can make them in cups, too.

Lisa said...

Oh my goodness, these look fan and tasty. I think I may try them out with some sausage and shredded cheese.

Anonymous said...

I made them and V declared the "the best!". Only problem is that he could easily eat the whole batch!

Nora :)

Elizabeth said...

My husband would probably like those, but I doubt we will try it with just the two of us! Someday.

I think yours look delicious, but Hevel must have a fancier camera. :) My food photography always looks very blah, no matter how beautiful the original food was!