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This is an easy twist to the traditional sunny side up, making them is not only easy but also very appealing to the eyes. I have tried to bring the spring with its lovely colour to the breakfast table.

Serve it with toast or just by itself and its bright contrasting color will grab your guests attention.

You are sure to get lot of applauds, its easy and done in less than 10 minutes of total cooking time.

Step 1: What Is Needed

Bell Pepper/Capsicum - One of each color.( I have used red, yellow and orange. One can also use green bell pepper or a large onion as a moldand cut it into circle to make a onion ring ).

Eggs.

Salt.

Pepper or Hungarian Paprika.

Olive Oil or Butter.

Blue Berry and Basil for Decoration (optional).

Step 2: Process

1. Cut the bell pepper in circular shape half inch in thichness. (Use a paring knife to clean our the center of the bellp pepper ring)

2. Heat the pan on the cooking range. Add 2 spoon of oil and spread it over the pan. Reduce the heat to medium

3. Now I added the 3 bellpepper rings. I use one of each color.

4. Carefully crack the egg so that the yoke is intact and not broken, inside the bellper pepper ring. Press the ring down so that the egg white does not flow out. If it does its is perfectly ok, dont worry. We will remove the excess eggwhite later. Sprinkle Salt as needed and dab a little black pepper on the center of the yoke

5. Cover the pan for 5 min with its lid. When I do this the bellpepper gets cooked and so also the botton of the sunny side up.

6. Use a spatual to remove the excess eggwhite from outside the ring.

7. Now use a very thin and flat spatula to lift the sunny side up egg from the pan into a serving plate.

Use blue berry and basil leaf to decorate.

This look so interesting. The best part is that the bell pepper didn't got soggy.
<p>Just made this for breakfast this morning..was suprised how easy this was to make..</p>
I've had this two breakfasts in a row now. yesterday, I put it on to of spinach and garnished with dill. Today I did it a little different and roasted the pepper over my gas stove before slicing and cracking eggs into it. With one egg I covered with a lid to steam, and with the other, I flipped and fried both sides. Delicious.
Great job. Very stylish, Really. It looks so amazing I am going to try one myself. Thanks for posting pictures.
<p>Ive never thought of putting eggs inside of a bell pepper! I will have to try this and wiill post picture if i do!</p>
Thanks...
<p>Wow, that is really smart to use the bell pepper as the mold!</p>
Thanks. I had tried one with onion as mold. But this look so colorful. Thanks
<p>Wow! Save some for me! Nice nice!</p>
Haha...sure. Let me know if you try it. Thanks
Looks great! You make it look easy, that I might be able do it... :-)
It is easy. Thanks
This looks super tasty. I'm going to have to try it.
Thank and please post pictures, if u try it. Also, u can useOnion, onion rings or anything circular.
<p>Ooooooo! tasty and innovative</p>
<p>Thank you. </p>
<p>Colorfull and Creative</p>
<p>Thank you.</p>
<p>Wow!!, these look great..</p>
<p>Thanks. They taste good aswell</p>

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