I am not sure I have had a breakfast quite so flavorful….EVER. I’m not kidding. This is on another level of mouth-watering-even-after-it’s-gone-ness.
My house….my freaking house still smells like it. This dish managed to cover up the smell of…..2 dogs. I will leave it at that. This recipe is just too good to ruin it with my talk of watery buttholes and mystery poopie cheerio stamps on my pillow.
Anyhow, it’s FRIDAY!!!! What does this mean?? It means you get your little tushes to the grocery store and get everything necessary to make this for a wonnnnnderful Saturday / Sunday brunch.
Prepare. For. Deliciousness.
1 tablespoon shredded parmesan (OR MORE!!)
Rosemary, parsley, thyme, and garlic (1/4 teaspoon of each)
1 tablespoon butter
2 tablespoons heavy cream
Salt and pepper
A good ol’ chunk of butter in a good ol’ pool of heavy cream in a lil ramekin I’ve been dying to use for a year now.
…butter and cream bubbling and browning in the broiler. B b b b bbbbbbbb.
Add the eggs, herbs, and salt and pepper…bake for 5 or 6 minutes…
Oh baby. Take it out and stare at it. Resist temptation to poke. This sucker is piping hot.
Toss a couple pieces of lightly (or heavily, who cares) buttered bread of your choice into the oven while the eggs sit…do not take your little eyes off of it!
A fewwww things: I overcooked it a smidge. If you like a hard yolk, 6 mins is the way to go. I did 6, plus it cooks in the sitting time. Will do just under 5 mins next time I think. And feel free to be sliiiightly heavy handed with the herbs, garlic, and cheese. I used a bitttt more than stated in the recipe and it was to die for. Also, it looked so freaking good that I didn’t even want to take the time to blow on my bite-filled spoon before shoving it into my face. The roof of my mouth is out of commission for a bit. Be careful out there kids!!
This is another Ina Garten miracle: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/herbed-baked-eggs-recipe2/index.html
ENJOY and send me photos or hashtag them #sodelushious!
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