Last night, we had breakfast for dinner. I found this delicious looking recipe on the Martha Stewart website and decided to try it. The original recipe called for bacon and egg with other suggested options.
I chose to make ours using Texas toast, turkey bacon, sauteed spinach, egg, and cheese. Also, I only made three of these, so I used ramekins instead of a muffin pan.
Here’s how I made my Omelette Cups:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees
Spray each ramekin with non-stick spray
Saute spinach (I usually just rinse my pre-washed spinach and quickly saute in the water that is left on the leaves); put aside
Cook turkey bacon; put aside
Flatten a couple of slices of bread with a rolling pin and cut into quarters
Arrange two or three squares of the flattened bread inside the ramekins
Separate the turkey bacon and spinach between each cup
Crack an egg into each cup
Bake for about 25 minutes or until egg looks done
When done, sprinkle with shredded cheese
If you want to serve on a plate, run a knife around the edge of the cup and turn it over.
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines “kolache” as “a bun made of rich sweet yeast-leavened dough filled with jam or fruit pulp.”
The Kolache Factory defines “kolache” as “a warm, delicious, slightly sweet fresh-baked pastry traditionally filled with sausage, cheese, or fruit.”
Kolaches originated during the 1700s in Eastern Europe. The Kolache Factory actually features 25 different kolaches, in addition to coffee, strudel, cinnamon rolls, croissants, and other baked goods.
John and Jerri Banks founded the Kolache Factory in 1982 in Houston, Texas. It is currently recognized as one of the Top 5 Drive-thru’s in America, one of the fastest growing companies in Houston, one of the top 50 foodservice bakeries in the United States, and one of the top 20 bakery-cafes to watch.
Go and visit the Kolache Factory on Westheimer Pkwy. In addition to the corporate headquarters, this location houses its research and development department and a retail store! You can also enjoy kolaches at any of the Kolache Factory’s 17 company-owned and 12 franchise stores in Houston.
They do catering, sponsor local sports teams, and recently opened a Cinco Ranch location at 231 S. Mason Rd. (281-398-8700)!
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