baked eggs




This dish has been my go-to guilty pleasure as of late. It's really all I want to eat. It's so savory and surprisingly filling, and it's perfect for cooler weather. I came across this recipe, changed a few things and came up with this:

ingredients:
1 cup marinara sauce
2 eggs (I use one whole egg, plus one egg white, to lower the fat content)
2 tbsp. crumbled feta
2 tbsp. shredded parmesan
handful of chopped parsley


directions:
Preheat oven to 350ºF.


Place the marinara in a small baking dish, and top with the feta cheese. Make a shallow spot in the middle for the eggs by pushing the marinara towards the sides of the dish. Crack the eggs into that area. Season with salt/pepper, top with shredded parmesan and parsely.


Bake for 10 minutes, or until eggs have set. Broil for 1-2 minutes to brown the cheese, while watching closely to avoiding overcooking.


Serve with a warm baguette.

24 comments:

  1. YUM. I wanna eat now. Eek! Delicious recipe, I will sure try it out as soon as possible... : ) xo

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  2. Oh my, I want to eat this picture. It looks SO GOOD.

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  3. You are working on a recipe book, yes? Cause I would buy it in a heartbeat....this recipe looks and sounds amazing.

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  4. Ooh, I'm saving this one. I miss making more interesting dishes with eggs.

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  5. wow, i am saving this recipe! it sounds and looks delicious.

    krissykreates.blogspot.com

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  6. This sounds really good! Would this have to be doubled to serve two people?

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  7. Today's Gift - It's one serving, so you would double it!

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  8. Wow Hollie! You've been cooking things up around here & everything looks amazing & delicious! You've really photographed everything so beautifully here...

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  9. oh yum!! this sounds amazing...and it's not thhhhat bad...except the cheese. :) too bad my fiance doesn't like eggs. but I suppose that would mean more for me!

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  10. MMMMM!!!Great work!! Magnific!!

    Salut, Francesc

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  11. Ohhhhh this is GOOD!! It looks so yummy - and QUICK - quick is very very very good for this here mama who is not loving her time in the kitchen these days!
    Ta for sharing!

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  12. All your food looks delicious!! I saw your blog through SignePling:)

    Lovely blog with lovely food!!

    Anne Bente

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  13. Oh boy, this looks yummy. I have never tasted baked eggs but as soon as I hear feta and parmesan I was sold! I am going to have to try this one of these days :)

    Hugs and a happy weekend to you!
    Signe

    And PS: Yes, I made my new blog design myself ;)

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  14. Oh I am SO happy I found your site, GORGEOUS photos! New follower = )

    -meesch
    http://www.aperfectkindofday.com

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  15. Mmmm Printing this one out, sounds amazing!!

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  16. yummy foodie!!! so wanna taste it..thanks for sharing... enjoyed your blog.. following you now, hope you could visit my blog too..kissess!!!

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  17. Oooh I've had a recipe similar to this. So yummy and perfect for the fall.

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  18. My mouth is watering! I make something similar... Poach an egg (or 2) Put each on a halved avocado (where the hole from the pit was)put in a baking dish, cover with marinara and shredded cheese. You will thank me later. (sometimes i cut off a big of the outside of the avocado so it sits flat and doesn't fall over)

    This is much easier and especially if I don't have avocados on hand. Thank you!

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  19. Emily - I LOVE eggs and avocados together. I'm gonna give that a try. I usually just put a fried egg on a tortilla and top it with sliced avocado & cheese.

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  20. Mouth watering. I'm going to have to try this one.

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