What’s so great about these eggs in sweet potato nests? Everything! They’re glamorous. They’re low-carb. They’re knock-your-socks-off delicious. Serve them for a simple supper, as I did last Saturday, and everyone will think you’re a genius. Here’s the step-by-step recipe:
Lacking a food processor, you can shred the potatoes on the large holes of a box grater. And after you’ve wiped the sweat from your brow, you might like to have a chat with Santa.
Tip : To avoid bits of shell in your nests, always crack your eggs against a flat surface, as pictured above. Otherwise, if you break an egg against the rim of a bowl (as cooks like to do on the Food Network), you can be sure that shards of shell will push inward, and fall outward when the yolks and white are released. And that’s the truth, Ruth.
Confession: I love oozy yolks. But they are difficult to achieve with oven-baked eggs.
Here’s the printable:
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