Astrology-based dishes may bring about optimal bliss. Depending on the planetary alignment, the Sun and the Moon, we can prepare delicious recipes to help the capriciousness of the Stars!
The Ides of March, which indicates the half of the month, used to be a Roman holiday dedicated to Mars, the god of war. It was celebrated with a large military parade and with a lot of splendor. This time I will celebrate it my way by making one of my favorite dishes. It is by no means a military parade but I bet you I could conquer the world if I were to serve this. Enjoy fellow Pisceans!
Check out my shirred eggs video recipe on Facebook.com/HarryPagancoss during my Hometown visit. In the meantime, let us get cooking.
1 teaspoon salted butter
2 teaspoons heavy whipping cream
2 large eggs
salt and freshly pepper
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1 tablespoon Parmesan cheese
1 cup leftover mashed sweet potatoes
Preheat oven to 375°.
Coat a 6-oz. ramekin with butter. Add a few teaspoons of the sweet potato mash and cover the bottom to make a layer. Add the cheese.
Pour whipping cream into ramekin.
Crack eggs into ramekin, coaxing yolks toward the center, using a spoon if necessary.
Season eggs with salt and pepper.
Using a water bath, bake for 12 minutes. Sprinkle with paprika and enjoy.
The Astrologer's Daughter is a Los Angeles-based writer, astrologer and radio host who has been listening to the music of the spheres since she was 8-years old. She is a UCLA alum and graduate of the Steven Forrest Astrological Apprenticeship... read more