Experimental fitness dish cooking is my thing, but you already know that by now with all my Friday Fit Food posts. So once I week I post some of my experiments, fit recipes, modifications or new dishes I have come up to – all that’s good for the body and mind, doesn’t cost a fortune and are pretty easy to make – all in a name of diversification, clean food and to be a living proof that fit food doesn’t need to be boring or repetitive or plain.
I already wrote about egg clouds and recipes with eggs once, but this time I slightly took this recipe to the next level – made some modifications and put it in the oven.
It’s simple, easy, delicious and looks cute and all in name of fitness and sticking to that clean eating. (especially handy after long winter holiday).
Here is how to do it!
For the recipe you will need : 6 eggs, some parmesan and prosciutto and some patience.
The complete and printable recipe below.
The variations are endless – I used clouds with yolk and without yolk (as this was meal for two than making also yolk ones for my husband and for me just the pure flaffiness – as dislike yolk a lot).
Unfortunately my egg clouds had minute or two too long so the egg was not runny anymore ( the way my hubby likes it – oops), but forgiven to a beginner, right? Still tasted great!
- 6 eggs (3 yolks)
- 50 g prosciutto
- 30 g parmesan
- Preheat oven to 220C
- Separate yolks from egg whites and put in a separate bowls (you will need them singularly)
- Egg whites (all) whisk till forming soft peaks
- Fold in carefully the tiny chopped prosciutto and grated parmesan or pecorino cheese with seasoning (I use lemon pepper spice)
- make 6 clouds on a pan
- With a back of the spoon make a whole in each of the cloud where you want to put yolk in it ( i had just 3)
- Put in oven for 3-5min
- Take it out and add in the holes the egg yolk and put back to 3-5 min ( till yolk starts to set)
- ready you can enjoy your cloud!
- The heat and time to get golden or egg to set will depend on your oven, to make it faster you can use ventilated oven.
Have you ever tried egg clouds? what’s your favorite way to enjoy eggs?