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Posted on Sunday Nov 13, 2011 at 7:20 AM  
Got a guy from another site I frequent asking for help, this seems to be something right down your alley! I've no idea so thought I'd ask you. His request copied & pasted here:

"Okay, not sure if anyone here will be able to help but what the heck. I have made a breakfast called Huevos Rancheros and really like it. There are multiple ways to make but I have been trying to use a muffin tin instead of cooking everything separately. Basically, place a tortilla into a muffin tin, add a black bean mixture that I make, top with an egg and cheese. The problem I'm having is the yolk is supposed to be runny the traditional way. I can't bake this to the point where the whites are not runny and still have the yolk runny??

Would I be better off at a higher heat to cook the outside faster or a lower heat to not cook the yolk as high?

Its' still really good but would like a runny yolk."

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Posted on Sunday Nov 13, 2011 at 12:29 PM  
I thought the egg was fried separately and added to the mix on that particular dish. Then you get your choice of yolk, Easy, medium or . . .
Posted on Sunday Nov 13, 2011 at 4:11 PM  
I would do a higher oven temp, probably 350 degrees F (standard baking temp). However, it might be beneficial to put the tortilla in the muffin tin, add the bean mixture, and start baking that, and get it hot. THEN, pull it out, crack the egg into it, and put it back into the oven for a few minutes to get the egg white cooked and still have the yolk runny.

I've never tried it that way, I may have to experiment.
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Posted on Sunday Nov 13, 2011 at 8:03 PM  
Forget the egg in the oven thing!! Warm up your tortilla and beans. Put the beans on the tortilla, fry the egg the way you like it and put it on the tortilla with salsa of your choice and top with cheese.
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