OVEN BAKING POTATOES AND EGGS

oVEN BAKING POTATOES AND EGGS

Do you know that Potatoes are filling, low in calories, non-fattening, and are an excellent way to ensure your continued success in eating healthy? Eggs is one of main ingredients to improve weight management, brain development, eyesight protection, concentration, protein, Omega-3, and much more.

To start a new week with full energy for work and school, here is another easy making potatoes recipe. Happy Monday!

  • 2 potatoes
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • 1 tsp. pepper
  • parsley
Directions:

      1. Peel potatoes and cook them until just soft enough to be cut
      2.  Take cooked potatoes out and let them cool down completely. Cut into small pieces, then put in a food processor, just couple blend are good enough (or you can grate it)
      3. Preheat the oven at 450 degrees.
      4. Mix the grated potato with a little of parsley, salt and pepper.
      5. To make sure the potatoes do not burn when grilled, spray cooking oil over a cookware bowl.
        Then put the potatoes around a thin layer. Using clean fingers slightly press potatoes down the middle to create the recess for the eggs.
      6. Bake the potatoes for about 20-25 minutes until golden. Take the cookware bowl out of oven, let it cool down.
      7. Add egg. Put the bowl back in the oven and bake for 10-15 minutes until the eggs are fully cooked. Sprinkle pepper and salt, then it ready to serve.

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3 thoughts on “OVEN BAKING POTATOES AND EGGS

  1. This reminds me of eggs in hole… a common American dish where eggs are baked in a slice of toast with a hole in it. But, this looks MUCH better. I love crispy potatoes. You are right that eggs are so nutritious. We have six chickens so we adore eggs. Thank you for sharing. I will try this… maybe add some sautéed garlic and kale, too! Best – Shanna

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