This recipe is for the father person who wants egg and bacon for breakfast on a Saturday morning, and the mother person who wants pastry and all the little hoods who don’t really care what it is as long as it is quick! This is what you are aiming for:
Let’s Meet The Players:
- Eggs – enough for everyone.
- Bacon – a packet does us!
- Puff Pastry – You do always have a packet of this is your freezer – right!
Let’s Play The Game:
Step 1: Cook your bacon as usual.
And you should end up with a plate of nice crunchy bacon.
Step 2: Roll out your pastry on a floured surface.
Step 3: Then cut your pastry into enough squares for everyone. About 10 cm square. Cut a strip off each edge of the square.
Step 4: Brush the edges of the square with water and place the strips onto edges.
Now you have a little wall around the edges and a well in the center.
Step 5: Bake your pastry at 200 degrees Celsius (400 degrees Fahrenheit) for about five minutes…
Step 6: Take your pies out of the oven and leave them to cool a little bit. Once they have cooled slightly crack an egg into them.
Unless of course nobody wants a fried egg – gently beat your eggs as if you were going to scramble them, it works just as well.
Dash them with salt and pepper.
Pop a pice of bacon on top of each one.
Step 7: put them back into the oven for another 10-12 minutes until your eggs are set. Sunny side up or scrambled – the choice is yours…
Enjoy! Especially the fewer dishes than your typical fry-up.