Welcome to Cooking with Chef Jeff
Hi and welcome to my blog. Here you'll find meal ideas that are made from primarily whole natural foods. I try not to use any sugar or sweetener in any of the recipes. At the bottom of the page, you can see a list of the cookbooks that I use. I do vary some from the cookbooks, usually not a whole lot. Feel free to read along and even post some ideas/comments to help me to improve in the kitchen.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
So, what is an Egg Muffelet you ask? Well, I figure it's a cross between a muffin and an omelet. A bit slow to make them, but not a lot of work. Just little things.
Eggs - You will need about 1 egg for 3 muffelets, so plan accordingly.
Veggies - Whatever veggies you want to put in your muffelet. I use peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms
Cheese - Cheese to sprinkle on top
Meat - Whatever meat you like in your muffelet. I like sausage, ham, bacon, or turkey
Milk or Cream - Optional
1. Saute your veggies in a skillet or on a griddle so they are nice and tender.
2. Cook up the meat as desired.
3. Put the eggs in a bowl and scramble with a fork, adding in the milk or cream if you desire.
4. Grease the inside of a muffin tin or use other muffin methods like the cups like we have.
5. Put the meat crumbles and veggies in the bottom of the tin or cup.
6. Pour the eggs on top, being careful not to over fill them.
7. Top with some shredded cheese if desired.
8. Bake at 375 degrees for about 20-30 minutes, checking every few minutes after the first 20.
9. Take out of the oven when done and let sit for a few minutes to firm up.
It's really quite simple and you can customize it to whatever you want to put in. Makes a nice breakfast and is more filling than just some eggs.