This big plate of eggs is made of only two extra large eggs, some roasted vegetables and two slices of sharp American Cheese actually only one slice since this is forking half of the recipe. (American Cheese other than sharp is not forking edible) The secret of making your eggs fluffy is that you have to use a hand mixer to beat a whole forking bunch of air into the eggs. I didn’t use any butter, cream, meat or potatoes and tried to keep this dish reasonably light.
I roasted off a bunch of vegetables. Orange and yellow bell peppers, heirloom tomatoes and cauliflower. Surprisingly cauliflower goes really well with eggs if you roast it till it’s creamy and crispy. To roast the vegetables the way I did them. I drizzled all the vegetables with extra virgin olive oil. Then I put then in a 350 degree F oven. The tomatoes were on the top rack and were done in thirty minutes. Cauliflower was on the middle rack. After 30 minutes I turned the cauliflower over and continued cooking them in the oven for another half hour. The bell peppers were on the lower rack and I just let them go an hour. That’s how they worked in my oven, yours might differ. I added fresh ground sea salt and fresh ground black pepper to the vegetables as I pulled them out of the oven. Of course I’m not using all these forking vegetables in these eggs but I will use the leftovers to construct dinners.
To make the Forking Easy Baked Fluffy Eggs for two servings you need a small size cake pan that sprayed with nonstick cooking spray. (my pans are NOT non-stick) You simply whip up your 4 extra large eggs with an electric hand mixer till they look light and fluffy. Mix in whatever forking toppings you forking like. I used a handful of roasted cauliflower, some roasted tomatoes, some roasted bell peppers, a finely chopped med/hot small pepper and two slices of sharp American Cheese that was torn in small pieces.
I put the mixture in my forking pan.
Cover my forking pan with foil that I also applied non-stick spay to the underside and placed in my 350 degree F oven for thirty minutes.
I thought they came out pretty forking good. If you like your eggs more medium rare you might prefer to do a frittata. Frittata’s are similar but should be runny in the middle. You do the eggs the same way but start them in a fry pan and finish in the oven without cooking the center all the way.
This is how you do Forking Easy Baked Fluffy Eggs.