Saturday, May 19, 2012

Guest Post: These Peas Taste Funny

First of all I want to say a great big thank-you to Terri for letting me come visit and  a great big hello to A Creative Princess followers.  My name is Terry and you can find me hanging out at These Peas Taste Funny where I like to cook, craft, take photos, and just try new things.

I wanted to share with you all a super easy eggs for supper recipe that I tried last week when my hubby was away.


 
This was easy, delicious, and absolutely adorable.  The original recipe came from Food and Wine and is made to serve 4, but I modified it to serve one because I was a bachlorette for the evening.

I started off throwing some cherry tomatoes and garlic in a cast iron skillet and tossing with a bit of olive oil, salt and pepper.


Whirl it up.



Spoon it into a ramekin (this is the adorable part) or a non-stick muffin tin if you don't have ramekins.  Top with an egg, parmesan cheese, and fresh basil and pop it into the oven.


If you like a softer yolk, you can cook it a little less.  Also, if you have farm fresh eggs, this will taste all the better.  I enjoyed mine with an avocado half drizzled with pistachio oil and it was absolute heaven.

I hope you'll pop by some to visit.  Thanks again, Terri, for having me.


Thank you, Terry! This sounds delicious!!


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4 comments:

Carmella said...

Pinned! Terry, this looks delish! can't wait to give it a try!

Danni Baird @ Silo Hill Farm said...

Yumm! Looks delicious and I didn't know about pistachio oil! Nice post...I'll try it soon!

Kadie said...

You are a total foodie aren't you!? I have never heard of Pistachio oil before. Where do you even go to buy something like that? This looks fantastic!
After reading your post about the poached eggs over asparagus I started poaching eggs again. (I stopped because JP doesn't like them) Porter and I are in heaven! I think he will LOVE this too! It would make an awesome after school snack.:) Thanks for sharing!

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