Recipe Yam Breakfast Pies

flyinglentris

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Yam Breakfast Pies:

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Ingredients:

1) Yam, large - 1/4, divided
2) Eggs - 3, divided
3) Flour - 1/4 cup
4) Half n half - 1/8 cup
5) Butter - 1/2 tblspn.
6) Bacon - 2 slices
7) Onion - 1 slice
8) Pepper, Serrano - 1
9) Cilantro - 1 tspn.


Procedure:

1) Ensure the butter is soft before beginning.
2) Boil 1/4 of a medium yam to soften it up.
3) Cut the boiled yam into two equal pieces.
4) Blend the butter and 1/8 boiled yam and set aside.
5) Set aside the other 1/8 boiled yam.
6) Mix one egg and pour off 1/2 egg into a separate container.
7) Mix in the other two eggs for 2-1/2 eggs in the first container.


-- Dough --

8) In a mixing bowl, combine flour, 1/2 egg, half n half and yam butter.
9) Mix to form the primary dough and then, knead the dough.
10) Divide the dough into balls to fill cupcake pan pockets.
11) Oil the cupcake pan pockets.
12) Press the dough balls into each pocket to form crusts.


-- Egg and Yam Filling --

13) Dice up the Serrano pepper and onion.
14) Fry the bacon and then cut it up into pieces.
15) Mix 2-1/2 eggs with bacon, Serrano pepper, onion and yam.
16) Mix in the cilantro.
17) Pour the egg and yam mix into each pie dough crust.
18) Preheat the oven to 350F.
19) Bake the yam breakfast pies for 30 minutes.
20) Remove the pies from the cupcake pan to serving plates.
21) Serve.
 

flyinglentris

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Do you have to fix the dough for this? Can you just use the egg from the dough and mix with the filling, and line your muffin tins with disposable liners or cook them in silicone oven-safe muffin molds?

If I had to divide up eggs with a fractional amount for one thing, I'd mix them all at once and pour off the fraction of the mix that I needed for that part.

I used muffin molds. But the disposable liners might just as well have worked.
 

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If I had to divide up eggs with a fractional amount for one thing, I'd mix them all at once and pour off the fraction of the mix that I needed for that part.

I used muffin molds. But the disposable liners might just as well have worked.
Thanks. I'm going to try it this weekend and let you know how they turn out.
 
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