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Ham & Egg Parcels ~ 火腿和鸡蛋杯


These Ham & Egg Parcels are not only delicious but are very simple to make for breakfast.   Serving this for breakfast is a far cry from the usual 'dim sum', curry mee or nasi lemak, and it's healthy and nutritious too.  There's no recipe really but I'll just list down below what are 'hidden' in these parcels :)





Ham & Egg Parcels

Ingredients
4 slices of cooked ham
4 large eggs
Cherry tomatoes
Salt, pepper and dried herbs

Method
Grease a standard size muffin pan.  ( I used a rectangular shape muffin pan)
Press a ham slice onto the bottom and up the sides of  the prepared pan, ruffling the edes of ham
Break an egg into a measuring cup and then pour it into the pan
Sprinkle with pepper, a pinch of salt and some mixed dried herbs
Top with tomato halves
Bake in a preheated oven @ 200 deg.C for 15 to 18 mins till the whites are completely set 
and the yolks cooked.
Let stand for 3 to 5 mins. before removing from the pan.
Serve immediately with toasts



Comments

  1. This is what I call a pretty breakfast! I would enjoy this thoroughly. ^.^

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  2. Delicious and hearty breakfast I would say :)

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  3. I am getting HUNGRY!! These are some perfect parcels to kick start the day, Cheah.

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