Roasted Red Pepper and Egg Tarts

roasted red pepper and egg tart

This week, #SundaySupper has a breakfast for dinner theme – one of my favorites so far – but since I posted a waffle recipe a few weeks ago, I wanted to make something more on the savory side.   These tarts, with their tangle of roasted red peppers and onions and sunny-looking egg, caught my eye as I was flipping through my copy of Jerusalem: The Cookbook and I knew they’d be perfect!

roasted red pepper and egg tart

I cooked my eggs for 13 minutes – a little longer than the original recipe called for – and they came out just how I like them, with thickened jelly-like yolks that aren’t too runny. The tarts were unlike anything I’d ever eaten, yet they still seemed homey and vaguely familiar.

Paired with a simple salad of baby lettuce tossed with olive oil and my favorite blackberry-ginger balsamic vinegar, they made a great light meal that we both really enjoyed.

roasted red pepper and egg tart

Roasted Red Pepper and Egg Tart
 
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These simple tarts have a surprisingly bold flavor. Pair them with baby lettuce tossed with oil and balsamic vinegar for a light meal.
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Serves: 6
Ingredients
  • 2 red bell peppers, cut into thin strips
  • 1 red onion, cut into thin strips
  • 3 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon fresh thyme
  • 1 teaspoon cumin
  • 1 teaspoon coriander
  • ¼ cup loosely packed parsley, chopped
  • ¼ cup loosely packed cilantro, chopped
  • 1 sheet (1/2 package) puff pastry, thawed
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 6 tablespoons low fat sour cream
  • 6 eggs
  • sea salt and cracked pepper
Preparation
  1. Heat oven to 400*F. Pile the peppers and onion on a baking sheet. Pour oil over top and sprinkle with thyme, cumin, and coriander. Use your hands to mix everything together. Spread out into an even layer and roast 30 minutes.
  2. Line a second baking sheet with parchment. Unroll the pastry onto the sheet and cut into six squares. Use a fork to poke indentations all over the pastry, leaving a ¼ inch boarder around the edges. Refrigerate until ready to bake.
  3. Increase the oven temperature to 425*F. Brush pastry with the beaten egg. Spread the center of each pastry square with 1 tablespoon of sour cream. Mix half of the parsley and cilantro into the roast vegetables then arrange onto the center of each pastry square, leaving a shallow crater in the center. Bake 10 minutes. Crack an egg into a small dish; carefully pour it onto one of the pastries, letting it settle into the crater that you left. Repeat with remaining eggs. Return to the oven and bake 10-15 minutes, or until the eggs are cooked to your liking.
  4. Top with remaining herbs and season with salt and pepper. Serve immediately.
Nutrition Information
Calories: 386 Fat: 28.7 Carbohydrates: 22.6 Fiber: 1.9 Protein: 10.4

Don’t miss any of the other great “Breakfast for Dinner” recipes from the Sunday Supper group! SundaySupper_thumb1

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Bacon Egg and Potato Breakfast Tacos from Cookin’ Mimi

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Normally it would be very socially unacceptable to have wine with your breakfast, but seeing as this is closer to sunset than sunrise, we say go for it!!!

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Comments

  1. I’ve been wanting that cookbook in the worst way! Every recipe I’ve even seen from it has been wonderful. Full of lovely flavors and beautiful on the plate. Your tart is no exception. So pretty and delicious, Lauren!

    • Lauren @ HealthyDelish says:

      You should definitely get it! I was on the fence for ages but don’t regret the purchase at all. It’s beautiful and the flavors are all sot on and interesting. It’s one of my favorite books!

  2. Nichole C says:

    I’m not a huge red pepper fan, but this recipe makes me want to be!

    • Lauren @ HealthyDelish says:

      haha thanks. probably not the best recipe for you though then. I wonder if there’s something that would make a nice swap… maybe tomato?

  3. Chef Di says:

    Ditto on the cookbook… can’t wait to buy it! And what a fantastic recipe and beautiful presentation… pinning now! :-)

  4. Holey Socks!! This looks AMAZING!

  5. Jennifer Drummond says:

    I love peppers and I love this recipe ! It looks so amazing! I’m thinking I may make this for breakfast today!! :)

  6. Jen @JuanitasCocina says:

    THAT is the purtiest tart I’ve ever seen. And you and I like our eggs exactly the same!

  7. I am SUCH a sucker for runny egg yolks so this is my kind of breakfast-for-dinner!!

  8. These are so pretty! I’d almost feel guilty eating them.

    Almost.

    • Lauren @ HealthyDelish says:

      I know… they’d look so pretty sitting in the pastry case at a cafe, wouldn’t they? (If only eggs kept better!) Your guilt will be gone after the first bite though. :)

  9. Emily @ Life on Food says:

    I totally need to use puff pastry more. These looks delicious. Something I know I would love but so would my husband!

    • Lauren @ HealthyDelish says:

      It’s not something I use often either, but it’s so easy and so good! I wasn’t sure how my husband would feel about these, but they turned out to be a big hit.

  10. I love anything with puff pastry—especially eggs! This is such a lovely dish–seems like it would be perfect for a lady’s brunch. I’ll definitely be pinning!

  11. I’ve never done anything with puff pastry before oddly, these look so good though

  12. Martin Redmond says:

    Love your tart! It looks amazing!

  13. Lauren, these are just beautiful! I’m pinning them for next Mother’s Day. How do you like Jerusalem? I have Plenty,and as much as I love flipping through and oogling the beautiful photos, I must say, I’ve had mixed results with the recipes. Some turn out just ok, nothing great, and others are just WAYYYYYY too much work for what you actually end up with.

    • Lauren @ HealthyDelish says:

      Thank you! I actually LOVE Jerusalem! I have Plenty as an ebook and, while i agree that it’s beautiful, nothing has really called to me so I’ve never cooked from it. I’ve made several recipes from Jerusalem though and they’ve all be fantastic and not too difficult – most decent for a weeknight. There’s a recipe for pasta with chilis and yogurt that’s one of the most interesting (in a good way!) things I’ve ever eaten.

      • Oh, sounds great! That’s my main problem with Plenty – a lot of the dishes SEEM simple, but are in no way “weeknight meals.” Like, one I made was basically a mushroom & crouton dish with poached eggs on top. It took me like TWO HOURS, because there were a ton of completely unnecessary steps. Don’t get me wrong, it was tasty…but eating at 9pm on a weeknight? Yeah,no thanks.

        • Lauren @ HealthyDelish says:

          Yeah, I feel like Plenty is a lot fussier. I think Jerusalem is supposed to be more of a home-cooking style so, while there are definitely recipes that will take a while, they’re a lot more straightforward. 2 hours on a weeknight isn’t really an option. I’m starving by the time I walk in the door! haha

  14. What a gorgeous presentation!!!! I’d have to make mine with scrambled eggs, but I know it would be just as delish :)

  15. Sarah | Curious Cuisiniere says:

    This looks like a dish you would get for brunch at a fancy restaurant. Such beautiful presentation!

  16. Lauren, I need this in my life stat. Your tarts are gorgeous and I love the simple combination of roasted red peppers and eggs. You totally cooked that egg to perfection – that’s exactly how I like mine done too.

  17. Family Foodie says:

    I love everything about this! Red peppers, egg and balsamic… yum! So much flavor in such a simple pastry.

  18. My mouth is watering at the mere thought of these tarts…they look gorgeous and I love the flavors!

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