Whipped egg whites coddling a yolk. A different approach to traditional bacon and egg breakfast.
Heat oven to 350º F Foil cover baking sheet
In small bowl separate white from yolk. Place yolk in small bowl. I used the hand method of separating the two.
Whip the egg white until firm peaks form. Butter the foil. Place whipped whites on baking sheet and tease hole in middle to hold the egg yolk. Bake the white for 5-10 minutes, Add yolk carefully not to break it and cook about 5 minutes. Serve.
Changes I would make: add herbs or other seasoning to white while whipping.
I opt out of cloud eggs for a traditional recipe. I would not try this again. Pretty presentation though.
Replace your pizza crust with a tarte dough to make the best thin crust pizza. Lightly layered pepperoni and your favorite cheseses create an amazing kid-loving pizza.
Part 1. Tarte Thin Crust
1 1/4 C all purpose flour
3 T canola oil
5 T water
1/4 t salt
Part 2. Toppings
1/3 C pizza sauce or pesto
1 1/2 – 2 C pizza cheese
20 pepperoni slices
1/2 C sliced olives
Oven 550º F Dough recipe is for 1 tarte. 1 baking sheet [13″ by 18″] with parchment paper cut to size. You need high heat, but don’t confuse this with the broiler. The broiler will sear your pizza to inedible blackness.
Mix flour, salt and oil together until it is crumbly. Add water gradually until dough comes together. Knead until smooth about 5 minutes. Cover and rest for 1 hour.
Placed dough ball on baking sheet and roll and patt out dough until papaer thin, Spread sauce choice on dough. Add cheese then pepperoni and olives. Top with cheese.. Baked for about 10 minutes on lowest shelf in oven.
Remove, cut, and serve. Served with carrot sticks, pepper sticks, and snow peas.
Tarte flambe is also known as flammekueche
This is a non traditional way to serve this dish but it was an alternative choice for the younger set.