Mexican Baked Eggs
They open early and they only do Mexican breakfast recipes served with freshly baked pastries from the bakery. In Mexico, breakfasts are a big thing and we love the way they almost make a sacred ritual of it.
You have to have the freshly brewed cup of coffee that is refilled every time you request it, and the freshly made fruit juices. A freshly cut selection of seasonal fruit along with lovely pastries, all served to you even before you get to the Mexican breakfast eggs!
This is our humble homage to those baked eggs at El Correo restaurant, that keep us dreaming of Mexico. Our Mexican egg dish is super quick and easy to make. Just make sure you have some sourdough toast to dip into the runny egg yolks and Gran Luchito Tomatillo Salsa.
If you’re having a weekend brunch, simply use a larger dish and more ingredients to serve more people. Just keep in mind that a larger dish might require a little more baking time.
How to make it
- Preheat the oven to 180°C / 350°F. Add the oil into a pan and once it’s hot enough fry the onion and garlic gently until soft. You can then add the Gran Luchito Tomatillo Salsa into the pan and ⅓ cup of water. Stir and simmer for a couple of minutes.
- Once your sauce begins to bubble away, add in the spinach and a pinch of salt. Let the spinach wilt briefly in the sauce for a minute and then remove your sauce from the heat.
- In a medium-size baking dish add your warm sauce, then carefully crack two eggs on top. Add the grated cheese and spoonfuls of creme fraiche over the surface, and a little drizzle of olive oil on top. Place your dish into the oven for 20 – 25 minutes approx (times may vary depending on your oven).
- Your eggs will be ready when their surface is cooked and the cheese forms a lovely golden layer on the top.
- Remove your baking dish from the oven and serve immediately with freshly chopped coriander scattered on the top, and a side of toasted sourdough or warm Gran Luchito Soft Tacos, ready to dip into that deliciousness.
- Instead of the Tomatillo Salsa, you could make this baked eggs recipe with our Gran Luchito Enchilada Cooking Sauce.
- At the bottom of the baking dish, before you put the salsa in, you can put small bits of toast.
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