Maybe we do not need to explain concretely that breakfast eggs are a great idea. They contain a lot of protein and other nutrients that give our body energy, so they are the right choice at the beginning of the day. Despite the fact that they have already become a kind of proverbial breakfast food, we still do not like the same breakfast every day. We have tried many recipes and prepared them in a thousand and one ways. Well, today we are discovering something new again, which will surely come to your aid when you wake up without knowing what to prepare.
It is about eggs in a jar. You could say they are similar to boiled ones, only this recipe is much harder for us. The eggs are cut into a jar and then placed in a hot bath. To fill the mass, we will enrich the dish with bacon, sweet cream and chickpeas. Have we attracted your attention? The recipe awaits you below.
Ingredients (for 4 people)
- 1 tablespoon raw butter
- 3 slices of minced bacon
- a handful of minced chickpeas
- 120 ml sweet cream
- half a teaspoon of salt
- a few turns with a grinder of ground peppers
- 4 large eggs
- a few slices of bread or toast to serve
1. First, grease the inside of four medium-sized investment jars.
2. Place a large skillet on the off stove, place the cups in it and fill with water so that the surface reaches almost to the edge. Remove the jars and bring the water to a boil in a pan. Meanwhile we wait for the bacon and chickpeas.
Fill each glass with two tablespoons of cream, two tablespoons of bacon and half a teaspoon of chickpeas. Above kill one egg at a time, salt and pepper. Add another tablespoon of cream on top of everything, then close the jars with lids.
4. Place full investment jars in hot water. We lower the heat so that it no longer boils, but simply blows gently. Let them all cook together for 8 to 9 minutes. Then carefully remove the jars from the water. If you prefer stronger yellows, let stand on the counter for another minute or two. Alternatively, open the lids and boldly get a delicious and invigorating breakfast with a piece of bread.
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