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Eggs en Cocotte Recipe

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I love going out for brunch on the weekends but sometimes staying in feels a bit more indulgent. Nothing beats being able to eat in your pajamas and not having to wait in long lines. These baked eggs are a perfect gourmet brunch option and are packed with so much flavor for so little work! The trick to Eggs en Cocotte is not to over bake the eggs so you have a little bit of runny yolk to mop up with your bread! Yum! Enjoy with a large french baguette and a side salad.

Eggs en Cocotte Recipe with Caramelized Onions and Sun-Dried Tomatoes (Makes 6)

2 medium onions, halved and thinly sliced
1 tsp olive oil
pinch of sugar
6 tablespoons creme fraiche
salt and pepper to taste
6 eggs
5-6 sun-dried tomatoes, thinly sliced
chiffonade of basil to garnish

Directions

In a saucepan over low heat, add the onions, olive oil and a pinch of sugar. Cook over a low heat with the lid on stirring occasionally until the onions are softened and lightly browned.

Preheat the oven to 350°F.

Evenly divide the caramelized onions into 6 large ramekins. Top with a tablespoon of creme fraiche in each. Add a touch of salt and freshly cracked black pepper to taste. Crack an egg into each ramekin and top with a sprinkle of the sun-dried tomatoes.

Place into a large baking tray or casserole dish. Carefully pour lukewarm water around the ramekins until about halfway up the sides. Bake for 15 minutes or so until the whites have set and the yolk is still runny. Add a few more minutes if you like yours firmer. Garnish with the basil and serve immediately with a crusty bread loaf.

Food styling, recipe development and photos by Anjanee of Fig & Honey.

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2 responses to Eggs en Cocotte Recipe

  1. Angela
    March 17, 2015

    My name is Angela. I run the blog, foodiebliss, on Tumblr and I was wondering if I would be able to use your current and future photos to post on my blog? It’s always a photo, with three links back to the original post {in the caption, content source box and click through link on the image} and also the name of the blog from where the photo comes from. I also add a link back to the homepage as well. I do not take credit for anything I post on my blog except my own creations. I never publish any recipes. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.

    1. Angela
      March 17, 2015

      I have an example of what I mean:

      http://foodiebliss.tumblr.com/post/113857361480/diy-giant-lucky-charms-source-the-house-that-lars

      If you see, hovering on the photo shows the link to the post. Also the source on the bottom has the link to the post and the caption has a link to the post for the title and a link to the blog for the blog owner’s name.

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