HBA Open House: Breakfast Recipe
November 4, 2014 | The Cook's Room
When it comes to food preparation and baking we can’t think of a better partner to get the job done than our Miele Ovens. Not only do these ovens have a sleek and timeless look, but they are the BEST in performance and efficiency. Miele has a wide range of ovens including convection, steam, speed, combi-steam, and microwave ovens. Each type has a unique set of key features to heighten your cooking and baking experience. We thoroughly enjoyed putting our Miele Ovens, located in our Grand Rapids Showroom, to the test last week when we hosted a Breakfast Open House for the Home Builders Association.
When we started planning for the open house we thought of different breakfast foods we could serve. Our initial thoughts were pretty bland and typical of a continental breakfast… bagels, muffins, donuts. These did not excite us, so we figured they would not excite anyone else either. The open house was going to run from 7am to 9am. We knew people would trickle in due to the open house status and their typical morning routines. We also knew that everyone would be hungry and probably in need of caffeine and protein to get their day rolling.
After considering many alternatives we decided on a delicious and nutritious spread for the HBA Open House. To keep that atmosphere casual and inviting we created a buffet of simple, yet tasty choices. At the beginning of the buffet we set up a “build your own” parfait station with vanilla yogurt, granola, blue berries and straw berries. The buffet also included freshly baked biscuits and incredible prosciutto egg cups. The prosciutto egg cups were such a hit we wanted to share the easy recipe with our followers! The recipe is perfect if you are having company or if you want to shake things up in the morning and skip the boring bowl of cereal.
First you will want to gather all the ingredients and supplies. (Recipe makes 12 cups) Prep time: 10 min. Cook time: 20 min.
Supplies you will need:
2 muffin tins
A pack of prosciutto (12 slices)
A dozen large grade A eggs
Salt and pepper
Next spray the muffin tins to keep the prosciutto from sticking. Line each muffin cup with 1 piece of prosciutto.
Add a pinch of cheddar cheese to the bottom of each cup. We made one tray with cheese and one without incase anyone was dairy free.
Once the cheddar is added crack an egg into each cup. Place the muffin trays in your Miele Oven and set the timer for 20 minutes.
After 20min. carefully remove the muffin trays from the oven. You will not have to wait fur the cups to cool. The cups are best served warm. Simply use a spoon or spatula to remove the cups and place onto a plate and serve. And there you have it, a wonderful breakfast everyone will enjoy!
If you have any questions about Miele Ovens please contact our showroom. We would be happy to help you with any of your custom kitchen needs. Thank you for reading, we hope this recipe and information will be of great use to you!