This recipe is an old B&B standby that first appeared, I am told, in "The Best Of Bridge". It was originally called Scotty's Nest Eggs and was a recipe by a man called Scotty who made it for his special breakfast guests. The ladies from the Best of Bridge swear that this recipe is the reason Scotty is not longer a bachelor!
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
Bake for 15-17 minutes depending on the type of muffin pan you have
You can create the nest out of many things. I have seen the nest egg perched on an English muffin or in a bed of sprouts. I like to spiralize raw beets in a spralizer and make a crimson nest for the eggs. It goes particularly well with the Montreal smoked beef and the caraway cheese. Sometimes I add a little alph alpha srouts in the center.
Remove the nest eggs with a folk and place them on a piece of paper towel to dry off any extra liquid before placing them in the nest.
Serve them with toast, English muffins, or biscuits. Nasturtiums make a lovely garnish and the spicey taste goes well with this dish.
At a B&B as at home you often have guests who have specialty diets. This is a great dish because it can be altered in many ways.