Fried Eggs in Orange Pepper

Use the colourful pepper as the mould to make this eye-catching dish.

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)
Serves 2 Prep: 3 min Cook: 7 min

Ingredients

Pepper (orange) 1
Eggs 2
Salt & pepper as required
Vegetable oil 1 tbsp

Method

1
I used an orange pepper this time. Cut into broad slices (1.5cm) and use the centre two. Use the outer slices in a salad if you like.
2
Microwave the peppers for 1 minute.
3
Put the oil in a large frying pan and add the pepper rings. Crack a egg into the centre of each ring.
4
Add some water to the pan and put the lid on to steam fry for 5 minutes on medium heat. Check the egg is cooked.
5
Transfer to a serving dish and sprinkle with salt & pepper of your favourite seasonings. You can also dip some toast into it if you like.

Tips & Note

Be careful when you add the water to the pan at Step 4 - if the pan is too hot, the oil will splash so be sure to have the pan on medium heat. Use any colour peppers you have in the fridge.

Fried Eggs in Orange Pepper

Use the colourful pepper as the mould to make this eye-catching dish.

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)

Serves 2

Prep: 3 min

Cook: 7 min

Ingredients

Pepper (orange) 1
Eggs 2
Salt & pepper as required
Vegetable oil 1 tbsp

Fried Eggs in Orange Pepper

Recipe ID :2006 Posted on 03 AUG 2016

Serves 2

Prep 3min
Cook 7min
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Use the colourful pepper as the mould to make this eye-catching dish.

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Ingredients

Method

Prep
3min
Cook
7min
1
I used an orange pepper this time. Cut into broad slices (1.5cm) and use the centre two. Use the outer slices in a salad if you like.
2
Microwave the peppers for 1 minute.
3
Put the oil in a large frying pan and add the pepper rings. Crack a egg into the centre of each ring.
4
Add some water to the pan and put the lid on to steam fry for 5 minutes on medium heat. Check the egg is cooked.
5
Transfer to a serving dish and sprinkle with salt & pepper of your favourite seasonings. You can also dip some toast into it if you like.

Tips & Note

Be careful when you add the water to the pan at Step 4 - if the pan is too hot, the oil will splash so be sure to have the pan on medium heat. Use any colour peppers you have in the fridge.

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