St. Patrick’s Day Fried Eggs in Green Pepper Rings

For a festive St. Patrick’s Day, enjoy these delicious Fried Eggs in Green Pepper Rings for breakfast, lunch, or dinner! If you’re looking for a yummy way how to fry eggs, wow the family and start the morning off right with this recipe! With a small amount of Parmesan cheese, fry the egss in pepper rings to perfection! Try to find green peppers that are shaped like a shamrock.

Fried Eggs in Green Pepper Rings

Friends, if I were a songwriter, I’d write about sweet camellias. I mean, is there a springtime flower that is sweeter? And also one of my favorite breakfasts, Fried Eggs in Green Pepper Rings!

Fried Eggs in Green Pepper

Slice the pepper rings, get your grill nice and hot, add the eggs. Don’t forget the Parmesan cheese for a nice crusty topping. So good!

Back to camellias. This post was written a few years ago when my neighbor, Mary, allowed me to cut a few blossoms to enjoy in the springtime. I set the table outside and we had friends over for a warm, early spring dinner!

Today in central Oregon would not be one of those days, where the temps are warm, the sky is blue, and the camellias are in fresh bloom! We woke up to 4 inches of snow today!

Camellia Blossoms

My good friend Laurel taught me a trick a few years back on how to clean spotty glassware. Do you have vases or vessels sitting in cupboards that are difficult to get shiny clean? I do, so this past week I pulled out the Laurel trick, and shined up all my glassware.

If you’re following me on Instagram (@SandyCoughlinRE) you may see some of my tips, tricks, house, yard and garden, and decorating decor ideas that I often share.

Here are a couple of my snaps, step-by-step.

Cleaning glassware

Cleaning glassware

How to clean spotted glassware:

1. Buy Denture Cleanser Tablets from the Dollar Store (24 tabs in each box).

2. Follow directions, adding warm water to one tablet.

3. Let the warm water soak in the vase or vessel.

4. Rinse and use!

Fried Eggs in Green Pepper Rings Recipe

How to make Fried Eggs

Now, what goes deliciously well with beautiful camellias on the counter?

St. Patrick’s Day eggs in pepper rings! Try to find green peppers that are shaped like a shamrock.

Easy! I’ve posted these several times over the years, but since we are an Irish family, I decided to actually include the recipe!

Sprinkle a little bit of Parmesan cheese on top before you flip over – delicious!

Enjoy, my friends!

What is your favorite springtime flower?

Best Fried Eggs in Green Pepper Rings

Fried Eggs in Green Pepper

Try to find green peppers that are shaped like a shamrock.

Ingredients:

  • 1 large bell pepper (or 2 small), cored
  • Nonstick spray, for preparing the pan (or butter if you prefer)
  • 6 eggs
  • Paremesan cheese
  • Salt and pepper, to taste

Directions:

  1. Cut the bell pepper from top to bottom in slices that resemble rings.
  2. Prepare a skillet with a light layer of oil or nonstick cooking spray. Place 6 of the bell pepper rings on the skillet over medium heat. Crack an egg into each ring and allow it to spread out to fill the bell pepper ring. Season the eggs with salt and pepper, to taste.
  3. If you like your eggs soft, cook over low heat for 3-5 minutes, or until the eggs are cooked to preference.
  4. If you like your eggs hard, break up the yolk with the skillet for even cooking. Cook 6-9 minutes, or until the eggs are cooked to preference.
  5. Sprinkle with fresh Parmesan cheese (optional); flip if you like it cooked over-easy! Serve!
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More St. Patrick’s Day breakfast recipes:

Green Smoothie Waffles {RecipeGirl}

Cheesy Leftover Mashed Potato Pancakes {Just a Taste}

St. Patrick's Day Fried Eggs in Green Pepper Rings recipe

5 comments on “St. Patrick’s Day Fried Eggs in Green Pepper Rings”

  1. oh boy, it’s hard to decide what my favorite spring flower is…I think I love them all..lol

  2. I love this twist on egg in a hole!!

  3. Such a smart and clever play on eggs in a hole! Love it – carb free. 

  4. Umm silly question…how do yo stop the egg from leaking out underneath? mine eggs always leak out

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