Credit: Joseph De Leo

For a chic twist on bacon and eggs, serve crispy prosciutto cups filled with baked quail eggs, plus toasted rye cocktail bread, cut in half, on the side. These stylish appetizers work well at a post-wedding brunch or bridal luncheon.

Comments (3)

Martha Stewart Member
December 31, 2018
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Martha Stewart Member
August 24, 2008
I use muffin pan w/ bacon and chicken eggs. It takes 15-20 minutes at 350 degrees, depending on done-ness of egg yolk. Sprinkle eggs w/ salt, pepper, and chopped herbs before baking. It's a favorite for weekend breakfast. -- Marj.
Martha Stewart Member
August 19, 2008
:D I love this Idea! but is there anyway your guys can post the time of cooking, and if possible the steps of forming the little nest? yummy-chic!