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Excellent recipe. I made six of these for brunch and they were a huge hit. Used both onion and the capsicum, and sprinkled on a bit of dill as well. My oven is waiting for a replacement part so I had to cook these on fan-forced, so I should have cut back even more on the time. Fifteen minutes gave a firm result. Pics are before and after baking.
Aussie Swap #82: This breakfast recipe was outstanding! I love the crisp pepper and salty prosciutto with the egg - delicious!
What a super dish Peter. Super tasting, super easy and super quick. I love eggs, prosciutto, sweet onions and red peppers. Great flavor and textures, I'll be enjoying this often. It was tailor made for me. What a lovely breakfast treat. I can't believe I haven't tried this before now. Thanks for sharing another winner.
The DM and I loved this for breakfast this morning thank you Peter, next time I will try to make sure I have the capsicum though. I allowed 20 minutes for the DM's and 15 for mine at 175C fan forced oven but next time I will allow 12 for mine as it was still a bit firm. Made for Recipe Swap #32 September 2009.
Super easy and delicious, I made these for my daughters, who were on their way out for the evening, I wanted something quick but nourishing in their tummies! I left out the red pepper, although DD2 asked me to please use it next time! And I gave DD1s egg a quick stir to scramble it, she cannot abide the look of eggwhite. I added some grated cheese before folding the bacon over (cant find prosciutto here), and baked them in my microwave/convection oven. I cooked for 15 minutes, but the girls said next time, to give it the full 20, everything was cooked, but they felt they could have used the extra time. I like my eggs very soft, so I had baked more to my preference than to theirs! Thank you Peter, this is a real keeper, a wonderful snack or light meal. Made for Aus/NZ swap#31
I made this for brunch one morning and it was very tasty. I made this as written using the optional red onion as well. Love the crunch the capsicum and onions both give, nice contrast to the soft eggs. Thanks for posting.