Sometimes when i have overnight guests i take a muffin tin and push slices of buttered bread into the tins to form a sort of bread cup and then toast it in the oven, once the bread is lightly toasted a scattering of cheese, diced ham, green onion, garlic, pinch of curry powder or any other ingredients are placed in the toast cup and and egg or 2 broken into the cup, the whole thing put back in the hot oven for 5 - 7 minutes and then served with a nice sauce, my favorite for this being hollandaise.
I used to have some German glbutt, lidded containers for boiling & serving the eggs in that i really liked, one could add any small amount of ingredients one liked and pop it into a pan of boiling water for a few minutes and then serve in the container. Unfortunately they 'disappeared' on a cross country move i once made.
I am considering replacing them with a French ceramic version with a screw top metal lid. I liked the German clear glbutt ones as you could actually see the eggs inside and judge the doneness visually. --- JL
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