Goat cheese in eggs – now that just sounds like heresy, doesn’t it? And I’m not gonna lie – this dish is odd at first bite; however, this is a good first impression. Each bite invites you further into the food and you accelerate your curiosity until you’ve destroyed the dish and feel satisfied beyond any initial wonderment.
It’s velvety, custard-like, fluffy and melt-in-your mouth. Goat cheese itself possesses unique flavor — and it perfectly complements the eggs with a twinge of nuance. Moreover, this is a nice dish with relatively few ingredients (compared to Annie’s recipes 🙄). I promise you this is a wonderful delicious combination; after all, it’s inspired by Binging with Babish. 😏
☐ your favorite butter (2-3 tablespoons)
☐4 eggs (high-quality ones will elevate this recipe)
☐ your favorite goat cheese (soft goat cheese allows better integration with the eggs)
☐ chives (2 tablespoons, chopped)
Recipe (for 2 people):
- Crack 4 eggs in a bowl and beat them until they’re mixed well
- Chop up some chives (about two tbs).
- In a pot, put 2-3 tablespoons of butter in
- At medium heat, let the butter melt and cover the bottom of the pot
- Once the butter begins to bubble, pour the beaten eggs in
- CRUCIAL STEP: at low-medium heat, continuously keep the eggs moving as they cook. The best way to do this is to continually stir them with a rubber spatula.
- This step gives the eggs that sublime soft texture by preventing large cards from forming
- Once the eggs start to set a little, remove them from the heat.
- Add a few tablespoons of goat cheese and the chopped chives as well as garnish with salt and pepper
- Place two pieces of sourdough into your toaster and toast to your heart’s content
- Place the pot back on the stove at medium heat and stir until the eggs are creamy
- Pour these fabulous eggs onto the toast and enjoy!
This dish is perhaps the most tasty thing we’ve ever made for an indulgent breakfast or brunch. The goat cheese fantastically complements eggs that are cooked to almost custard-like consistency.
On top of that, the contrast between the unbelievably soft eggs with toasted sourdough offers an amazeballs antithesis – it’s simply a mouth-watering experience to eat this dish. Enjoy y’all and let us know how you feel about this recipe!
Damn, all your recipes sound so good!!
Yay! Thank you so much for enjoying our content! 🙂
I genuinely want to try some out, and love the ongoing theme of using brown sugar hehe
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