Hi everyone! My breakfast today is baked fluffy egg with vegetables and cheese, savory delicious! Under the fluffy egg white, we can put vegetables, rice, noodles/pasta, etc. The texture is soft like a cotton.
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It’s basic, but hugely important.
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Makes sense when you really think about it. Eat clean, don’t stuff your face all the time, and the fat should come right off. This is especially true if our activity levels are relatively high.
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To your health,
for two small oval ramekins or 4 smaller round ramekins
2 large eggs, separate.
2 cloves garlic, minced
1 tbsp olive oil
Assorted vegetables, chopped/diced
Sausage/ham/bacon/salami/leftover meat/chicken, etc
Salt, pepper, to taste
Hot chili peppers, optional
1 full tbsp of plain flour + 2 tbsp milk (skip if you don’t want)
2 egg yolks (skip if you don’t want)
Shredded cheese, I choose Emmental cheese. As much as you like.
Soft butter to smear the ramekins
You might add cream of tartar or little white vinegar while beating the egg whites.
Please watch the video to see the method.
Bake at 210°C (410°F) preheated oven, for 5 minutes.
Turn into 180°C (350°F) for 10 minutes
Top and bottom heat.
Serve immediately while still hot!