Eggs in hash brown nests

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I woke up this morning feeling like making a nice brunch and went for inspiration to food network. There she was, The Pioneer Woman, she’s a genius, check out her blog http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/

And there she was making these divine eggs in hash brown nests. Inspired, right there.

This is the perfect Sunday brunch recipe, cause you need time to make them. Don’t let the steps scare you, these are very easy to make and totally worth it. So these are the quantities I used to serve 2 people:

2 potatoes

4 eggs

salt and pepper to taste

cooking spray

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.

Bake the potatoes until almost tender (potatoes should still have a little bite) 45 minutes . Allow to cool, and then peel and grate them. Season well with salt and pepper.

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INCREASE OVEN TEMP TO 425 DEGREES.

Spray a muffin pan generously with cooking spray. Divide the grated potato in 4 and put in 4 muffin cups. Use your fingers to gently press the sides and bottom in each muffin cup to make a nest (don’t press the potatoes firmly against the pan; they should sit lightly in the pan.) Spray again (very lightly!) with cooking spray. Bake for 15 to 20 minutes. Watch and make sure they do not burn. (If they seem like they’re not browning, kick up the temp to 450.) Remove when the nests are golden brown.

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Allow the nests to cool. Crack an egg into each one. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and bake until the whites are set, about 15 minutes.

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Remove from the muffin pan with a spoon or fork and serve (I served them with breakfast sausage links)

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Huevos en nidos de papa rayada

Esta mañana me desperté con ganas de hacer brunch y fui a buscar inspiración al foodnetwork. Ahí estaba la Pioneer Woman, es un genio, chequea su blog http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/

Y ahí estaba hacienda estos huevos divinos dentro de canastitas de papas rayadas. Inspirada, de una.

Esta es la receta perfecta para brunch del domingo, porque necesitas tiempo para hacerlas. No dejes que los pasos te asusten, son súper fáciles de hacer y valen la pena. Estas son las cantidades que use para 2 personas:

2 papas

4 huevos

sal y pimienta al gusto

spray para cocinar

Precalentar el horno a 400 grados.

Hornea las papas hasta que estén casi cocidas (deben estar un poquito duritas) como unos 45 minutos . Déjalas enfriar y luego pélalas y ráyalas. Sazona con sal y pimienta.

Sube la temperatura del horno a 425 grados.

Ponle el spray para cocinar a una bandeja para hacer muffins. Divide las papas en 4 y rellena 4 los moldecitos. Usa tus dedos para presionar levemente la papa rayada en el contorno de los moldesitos (no las aprietes mucho porque se hacen puré). Rocíale a las papas un poquito del spray de cocina y hornéalas de 15 a 20 minutos hasta que estén doraditas. Esta pendiente para que no se te vayan a quemar. Sacarlas del horno y dejar enfriar.

Échale un huevo encima a cada canastita , rocíale sal y pimienta y hornéalos hasta que estén hechos los huevos, como unos 15 minutos.

Sácalas del molde con una cuchara y sírvelas (yo las serví con salchichitas picantitas de desayuno)

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