Breakfast Pastry Tarts

30 mins
Serves 2
If you can get some ready-rolled puff pastry, this recipe is actually surprisingly easy. Perfect for a lazy weekend brunch when you want something a bit fancy.
Recipe by:  
Alex Harvey

1 sheet ready-roll puff pastry

handful cherry tomatoes

olive oil

salt and pepper

grated cheese

2 bacon rashers

3 eggs

fresh basil (if you've got it)

Let's Cook:

Pre-heat your oven to 200°C. Roll out the sheet of pastry and cut into two squares. Use the knife to score another square about 3cm away from the edges to make a border. Don't cut all the way through the pastry! Place the squares of pastry onto a baking tray. Next, crack one of the eggs into a mug and beat it up using a fork. Using a paper towel, pastry brush or your fingers, spread some egg on the edges.

Pull the tray out of the oven and crack an egg on top of each of the tarts. You might need to use a spoon to make a dip in the centre for the egg.  Get the tray back into the oven for another 10 minutes. Serve warm out of the oven or save it in the fridge for later.

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