I bring you a rounded recipe: with a bright and colorful color, full of flavor, very easy to make and perfect for dipping bread. Can you ask for more? It is about some peppers with egg ... which you will also do without oil!

If you like the flavor of roasted peppers, and if you love baked eggs , this combination is as simple as it is perfect. And free of complications! I assure you that too.

Although it is a recipe that I see as very carefree Sunday, summer without complications or tuti pleni dinners... as an additional note I must say that it is a perfect recipe for Valentine's Day or for an evening with your partner, because the red pepper sliced ​​resembles the shape of a heart , so you can declare your love (and your love for delicious recipes!) with this tasty dish.

I leave you the recipe, and I will love it if you dare with it. You can make it in the oven, or it is also ideal to make it in the BRA Dupla pan if you have one, since you will roast and curdle the egg quickly without having to turn on the oven (I leave you more details in the Notes at the end).


  • 1 red bell pepper (will give you 5 or 6 servings)
  • Free-range chicken eggs (as many as servings you are going to make)
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Olive oil
  • Herbs to taste (oregano, parsley, basil, dill, ...)


  1. Cut the red pepper into slices half a centimeter thick and arrange them on a baking tray lined with parchment paper or over the heat in the Dupla de Bra pan (without parchment paper, directly in the Dupla pan, because it is an oven effect).
  2. Apply a little salt and pour a drizzle of oil over the peppers.

If you do it on a tray in the oven:

  1. Roast the slices for about 8-10 minutes in the oven, at 190 °C, so that they begin to roast and take on tenderness. After 10 minutes, remove the tray from the oven.
  2. Inside each bell pepper slice, pour an egg. Add salt, pepper and spices to taste and return the tray to the oven for a few minutes, until the eggs are done (it is interesting to keep an eye on the oven, to remove them when the white is done, but the yolk is still liquid). It may take about 8-10 minutes.
  3. Dinner ready! Remember to serve with bread and enjoy such an easy recipe.
Roasted peppers with egg recipe

If you do it in the Dupla de Bra pan:

  1. Roast the pepper slices in the Dupla de Bra pan , closing the pan and leaving it on the heat for 8-10 minutes, so that they begin to roast and become more tender. Turn them after a few minutes of being on the fire, close again and after those 8-10 minutes over low/medium heat, open the pan.
  2. Inside each bell pepper slice, pour an egg. Apply salt, pepper and spices to taste and close again. The heat retained in the pan exerts an oven effect that will curdle the eggs, without using oil. It is interesting to open after about 3 minutes to see how the cooking is going, since we are interested in the white being done but having the liquid yolk available, to be able to enjoy it with bread. If after 3-4 minutes the white is still not curdled, quickly close again so as not to lose the retained heat, and again observe how they are spending a couple more minutes. When you see it at its point, stop the heat and with the help of a scraper spatula serve on a plate.
  3. Dinner ready! Serve with bread... and open your arms because they will want to hug you because of how delicious it is (and with practically no oil!).


  • Instead of spices, you can accompany the dish with arugula, the truth is that it suits you very well.
  • This recipe is ideal to cook on the stove with the Dupla de Bra pan . In fact, it is ideal for this: the Dupla frying pan is a double frying pan, which closes hermetically, so you can use the oven effect to first roast the peppers, and the second step is also ideal in that frying pan, because without oil you make the eggs curdle and, being a non-stick pan, nothing sticks. All this, without turning on the oven, with the energy savings that it implies.
  • Because of the shape of the slices of the pepper, they look like hearts... So it can be a good idea for Valentine's Day.


pilar said:

todo muy bien…menos ¿"hiervas?"…mejor yerbas o hierba …

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