Sunday, August 17, 2014

Puff pastry EGG and KALE bakes.

Last 12 months of my life looked a little bit like a wirlwind. I got myself involved into lots of things, thinking it was what I needed. In fact, I love learning new things and always appreciate new possibilities, however if you start doing too many things at ones,you might forget what truly makes you happy. This is, what happened to me. In todays world, we are bombarded by tons of informations, how we should behave, who we should be,what should we know, and it's easy to loose our authentic self.
It was a good lesson for me, I found out what really matters and I promised myself that from now on, I'm only doing what truly makes me happy.

It often turns out that those simple, little things are normaly the ones that make us joyful. Breakfast is one of these things. It can really make your day. Celebrating every morning with a hearty breakfast can be tricky(but not impossible) especially if you get up early for work, have to get kids ready for school or simply had a late night. But I believe we should treat ourself with a special breakfast at least at the weekends. World seems a much better place when your stomach is satisfied :)

So let's celebrate mornings :)


Serves 6


500 g butter puff pastry
6 eggs
40 g kale, chopped (weight without stalks)
egg, beaten
sesame seeds
salt, pepper


1.Preheat the oven to 210 C/190 C FAN.

2.Wash kale, remove stems and chop it up. Boil or steam it,it only takes about 6-8 minutes.

3.Roll out the pastry and cut into 6 squares(around 5.5''). Brush the edges(only about 10mm) with egg and fold them so you get a nice ''frame'' for the filling. Brush the ''raisen'' edges with egg and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Place kale in each square, keep it more to the edges to leave the centre for egg. Now brake egg in each centre.Season with salt and pepper and place in the oven for around 15-20 minutes.

Enjoy, xxx


  1. This looks scrumptious! I'm a fan of all these ingredients so I know I would love this dish :)

  2. Poczułam się jakbym leżała w łóżku, a ktoś do niego przyniósł mi to cudo.