Tuesday, 23 June 2015

#FreestyleFood - Ham & Egg Bread Bowl

  When it comes to food, it has always been a hobby of mine to reinvent the old favourites; full English breakfast pies, maple bacon muffins and strawberry-avocado salads are just a few of my most-favoured experimental concoctions. When I heard that Lurpak were challenging the public to 'Go Freestyle' with their food for Freestyle Food Month, I thought that it'd be a great opportunity for me to try out my newest conquest, the Ham & Egg Bread Bowl.

   This was a recipe I'd seen floating about (possibly on Pinterest), but I was yet to put it into practice. It seemed pretty bish-bash-bosh, so without reading a recipe, I began gathering ingredients.

   The first attempt burned (obviously). But the second attempt turned out to be rather edible. In fact, I would happily make this again, perhaps with a bit of grated cheese just to make it extra naughty.

You will need:

1 medium-sized bap
1 slice of ham
1 free-range egg
Fresh corriander
Lurpak Spreadable butter
Round cookie cutter
Fan oven

Step 1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Slice the top off the bap and use the cookie cutter to create a round hole in the bottom half. Line the hole with butter.

Step 2. Place a slice of ham inside the hole in the bap, creating a bowl. Crack the egg into the ham-bowl. Place into oven for 30 minutes.

Step 3. Once the egg has finished baking, take out of the oven and sprinkle on some fresh, sliced corriander.

Step 4. Place the top of the bap over the egg to create a lid. Enjoy!



  1. This looks incredible! And so cheap/easy too. Will definitely be added to my uni recipe list (looks great for a hangover!). ellie x

    ellie etc | a fashion & lifestyle blog

    1. Thanks so much for your comment Ellie; I'm glad you liked the recipe!

      Jennifer x


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