Fried Eggs in Pepper Rings Recipe
Looking for an easy recipe how to fry an egg? This gourmet Fried Eggs in Pepper Rings Recipe is the ultimate St. Patrick’ Day breakfast or brunch dish to serve. It can also be made any time of year! Using your favorite color of bell pepper, with fried eggs inside the ring, top with salsa or a fresh herb and serve!
This past weekend was so wonderful, in so many ways. We were able to spend Friday night with dear friends, and when we got back to our house – the boys were home from college. On the menu for breakfast? This Fried Eggs in Pepper Rings Recipe!
For dinner I also whipped up these Cheesy Stuffed Chicken Sausage Quinoa Peppers, but these Taco Stuffed Peppers and Ham Quinoa-Stuffed Peppers with Peas are also family favorites!
Can anything be more joyful? Happy sons who love coming home. We are blessed! Hugs, kisses, finding the pets, jumping in the pool, checking out what’s cooking on the stove …
As I think back to the the women in my life who’ve mothered me over the past years since my mother has been gone, I am truly grateful.
Each has given me such a variety of experiences and knowledge that has worked together to help me parent my 3 children. We do learn from one another. I continue to learn. This act of mothering is sacred work, a job I cannot take lightly.
For me, it’s about grace. A daily lesson learned as a mother that when I fail, because things will never be perfect, I try again. I start the day by finding this grace in my quiet time. My friends help me see this, too, because those of us with kids are all in this motherhood journey together – no matter our ages.
How to Make Fried Eggs in Pepper Rings Recipe
Our family went on an adventure to the Oregon coast with another family, but first, I whipped up a yummy breakfast for the family.
It’s one of the prettiest way to cook eggs or to serve to your guests! I think this will be a new summer favorite of mine.
Take a couple of large bell peppers, cutting horizontally and removing any seeds, and place the rings on a hot grill.
I used pasteurized organic butter and lightly sautéed one side first, then flipped each ring over, cracking an egg in each center.
Fry the egg ring (over medium-low heat). Lightly salt and pepper.
You can cook on one side for about 5-8 minutes, or like I did, flip it over for a couple of minutes.
We served it with some homemade potatoes and tofu sausage.
Nice and healthy! A great way to start off the day.
Our journey on Saturday took us to Cape Blanco State Park. It was a stunning day.
A great way to spend time with the family.
Oregon really is one of the prettiest states, and here you can see why!
I spent the day with a mom who is one of the best moms I know. The love she has for her kids, grandkids, and people in her life gushes from her. It’s so inspiring and real, it’s almost tangible.
I say almost, because it’s then my job to take what I’ve learned from her, and to apply it to my life.
It’s a circle of grace.
Get the Recipe:
Fried Eggs in Pepper Rings Recipe
- 2 large peppers
- 10-12 eggs
- 1/3 cup Parmesan cheese
- Salt and pepper
- Thinly slice 2 large bell peppers, cutting horizontally and removing any seeds.
- Spray a frying pan or grilling pan with cooking spray (or lightly butter). Place the rings on a hot grill.
- Flip each ring over and crack an egg in each center.
- Fry the egg ring (over medium-low heat). Lightly salt and pepper. Sprinkle with Parmesan cheese.
- You can cook on one side for about 5-8 minutes, or like I did, flip it over for a couple of minutes. The cheese will get crispy brown.
- Serve with homemade potatoes and tofu (or regular) sausage.
More recipes with bell peppers: St. Patrick’s Day Fried Eggs in Green Pepper Rings [RE], Stuffed Bell Pepper-oni [Noble Pig], and Hawaiian Burgers with Bell Pepper Rings [RecipeBoy].
We had a balanced day, and I celebrate that. It’s taken my mom and me ages to learn to balance time and quality. So, she celebrated in another state with her mother on Sunday. I couldn’t be there, so we (brother, dad, me, etc.) took her out to a steak dinner Monday evening. It was perfect to just relax and have multiple days to pull it all off. Some day, she’ll be the head matriarch and get prime Sunday real estate. :) But for now, we are liking having Nana still with us and the ability to choose a celebration itinerary that works for all of us.
Love your site, Sandy. Thanks for sharing your own balance and perspective here!
Thank you for sharing, and it’s good to be flexible! :)
Glad you had a happy Mother’s Day! Love the picture with you and your boys!
Such a great post, glad you had a wonderful weekend. Especially love those eggs in peppers!
I was just so touched by the way my mom and mother-in-law reached out and loved on me. They know what it’s like to be a mom to a little one! So fun and so stressful!
love that pic of you with your boys!!
I love entertaining and have recently found your blog…it’s such a beautiful and gracious gift! I’ve really been enjoying reading through your archives!
My Mother’s Day was lovely…normal and special all at the same time, which is a pretty great combination!
My husband and I went to Portland a few years ago and spent a day on the coast. That day was my favorite; it is SO beautiful.