Sunday, March 31, 2013

Egg and Tomatoes Little Pies


Before the event Little Thumbs Up ends for the month today being tomato as the theme, i want to quickly post this up. These pies idea was inspired when i was looking thru the BHG magazine yesterday. These little pies use puff pastry as the base and of course if you are adventurous enough, you can always make your own puff pastry as i've already seen some of you did. Fairly easy to make with very simple ingredients, just eggs and tomatoes. When i was making this, i thought of those Baked Eggs which i had made earlier. It's almost similar except this comes in a little pastry.

I am rushing to link this post  to Little Thumbs Up event hosted by Doreen of My Little Favourites :D





Ingredients ( inspired by the breakfast pies in BHG mag )
makes 5 little pies
1 large egg, whisked
1 large tomato, chopped
5 pieces of puff pastry, slightly thawed ( i used Kawan brand)
Parsley, to sprinkle

1. Preheat your oven to 180C and cut out five 9cm rounds from the pastry and use them to line the muffin pan. ( i used a glass to cut out the pastry ).
2. Spoon some tomatoes into the cases and pour in the eggs till 3/4 full. Sprinkle some parsley and bake for 20 minutes or until egg is set.


this is how it looks like ...when you take a bite :)

35 comments:

  1. Looks flaky good! Love how easy this recipe is to assemble! Happy Easter my friend! ❤

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    1. wei! so early you're here already!! happy easter and have a beautiful sunday!!

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  2. Hi Lena!

    Just hopping by to wish you a Happy Easter! I knew you would be serving up deliciousness but I must say, those little pies really take the cake!

    Thank you so much for sharing...Wishing you and yours a Glorious Day!

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  3. Hi Lena, delicious pies. Great for lunch too, send me 4 pieces please!!
    Happy Easter Sunday and have a lovely weekend.

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  4. Praise you Lena to the skies
    For the tasty looking little pies
    One for coffee break would be nice
    April's coming, how time flies
    Wishing you a Happy Easter
    May your days ahead be brighter

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  5. Hi Lena,
    Happy Easter Day !
    Love your cute , easy and yummy little tomato pies.
    Thanks for sharing such wonderful recipes with LTU : )
    mui

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  6. Amazing pie with simple ingredients. Impress!

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  7. Hi Lena
    These pies are so simple and easy to make. Just great to have this for a lazy Sunday afternoon tea.

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  8. Simple yet delicious! My kind of food!

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  9. I love it. And it's good to get the kids to eat more tomatoes. Actually it's me who seldom eat tomatoes... Lol.

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  10. Those little beauties are simply delicious ! Easy as a pie indeed :D

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  11. Looks good, easy enough to make for breakfast!

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  12. I love this delicious pies and great for supper now!

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  13. This pies are great for breakfast... super fun and easy. My son surely love this.

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  14. These look great as starters in a nice Portuguese meal! Their photos are just too tempting!

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  15. Just in the nick of time huh! Simple and delicious, makes a good breakfast:D

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  16. Hi Lena,
    Can I rush over to your place for breakfast together with you, and a plate of your delicious little pies? And hot black pak-kopi for me. :)

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  17. Lena, these pies are so cute! I think for me I can sapu the whole lot in one sitting :)

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  18. Lena, the colour of these pies look great! Must taste great as well!

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  19. These pies look so delicious and pretty.

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  20. This is simple and I may try it one day. Thanks Lena.

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  21. Hi Lena, I'm back to bug you haha! Thks for your comments which always brighten my day :) This recipe looks fairly simple. And to those like me who had never attempted pies, this recipe would be a great start! The combination of red, green and yellow color makes everything so appealing too.

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  22. Eileen, Hundred Eighty DegreesApril 2, 2013 at 7:08 AM

    Hi Lena, this looks flaky. Would love to eat it hot.

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  23. ooh, yum yum yum... tis is a great combi, the color, the texture, evryting:)

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  24. Hi Lena! That was very thoughtful of you to rush this out for Mui's event!

    This looks like the Portuguese egg tarts?! Yum.

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  25. very easy and quick hor, perfect for a quick breakfast!

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  26. This looks like a real easy recipe. Perfect as finger food. Thanks for the recipe!

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  27. Simple but pretty! Makes a quick breakfast and maybe can spice it with some ham too :)

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  28. These are adorable! I could probably eat 20 of them without even realizing it :)

    Sues

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  29. Who would think that such simple ingredients could combine to make such lovely, delicious looking little pies!

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  30. quick and easy recipe, great to have it for tea break, yum!

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  31. now i can do this and in a pinch too- so easy and so delicious. Perfect for dinner parties and perfect for kids

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  32. wow nice. looks like portuguese egg tart. Only the filling is savoury. So cantik and look so sedap.

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  33. I think this will make a lovely breakfast tomorrow. I think I have some frozen puff pastry at home. Will throw in some bacon to make it a sinful pleasure.

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