Elegant Eggs en Cocotte
Eggs en Cocotte is a French breakfast dish which is named for the dish that the egg is cooked in, the little cocotte pot. This is a favorite breakfast dish in the Royal household.
Elegant Eggs en Cocotte
Eggs en Cocotte is a French breakfast dish which is named for the dish that the egg is cooked in, the little cocotte pot. This is a favorite breakfast dish in the Royal household.
Servings Prep Time
2people 5minutes
Cook Time
15-20minutes
Servings Prep Time
2people 5minutes
Cook Time
15-20minutes
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Preheat your oven to 375F. Have a square oven proof dish or pan handy.
  2. Grease the insides of 2 cocottes or oven-proof 8 ounch ramekins with cooking spray or a small amount of butter.
  3. Add diced bacon, shallot and mushrooms to a small skillet and cook over medium-high heat for 8 minutes until all bacon is cooked, Set aside.
  4. Divide the cooked items and a bit of your herbs between the two ramekins, and then add 1 tsp. of cream in each container and place in your baking pan.
  5. Add a sprinkle of cheese and then crack 2 eggs into each dish. Top with a little more cheese and herbs.
  6. Fill the pan halfway up the sides with boiling water.
  7. Bake for 15-20 minutes, until the whites of the eggs are set and the yolk is still runny.
  8. Finish with one last sprinkle of herbs, and salt and freshly ground pepper.
  9. Plate and serve with toast to dunk and a spoon to dig out the sunken treasure.
Recipe Notes
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