Egg White Tartlet with Herb de Provence Recipe

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Stove Top and Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Instructions

An egg white tartlet seasoned with herbs is a delicious, no cholesterol, high protein, and gluten free teatime savory.  It is also a versatile accompaniment to add to salads or serve as a hors d’oeuvre.  Please enjoy my newly created, easy to make healthy recipe.  For cooking equipment, I have used an egg coddler to boil the egg white tartlet in a saucepan on the stove or cook in an Instant Pot pressure cooker.

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Egg White Tartlet

 

Egg White Tartlet ready to serve

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Egg White Tartlet with Herb de Provence Recipe:

Egg White Tartlet with Herb de Provence Recipe

Prep Time: 2 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Serving Size: Serves 1

Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Time: 13 minutes

Ingredients:

1/4 teaspoon olive oil
2 large or extra large egg whites
1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of ground Herbs de Provence*
Sprinkling of Reva Paul’s Seasoning Mix or salt and pepper to taste

* Any herbs and spices of your choice may be substituted for the Herbs de Provence.

 

Cooking Equipment:
Large saucepan
One porcelain or ceramic egg coddler with lid**
bowl(to separate egg whites)
Tong (to lift the egg coddler in and out of the water)

** If you do not have an egg coddler, you can use a small mason jar with lid or a ramekin covered with foil.

 

Egg white tartlet cooking equipment 

Instructions:

Stove Top Preparation:

Brush the inside of the egg coddler with olive oil until the bottom and all sides are thinly coated.  Pour out any excess oil.  Separate the eggs whites into a bowl, add the seasoning mix and Herbs de Provence.  Gently stir together until blended.

Pour the egg white mixture into the egg coddler; sprinkle the top of the eggs with a thin layer of the Herbs de Provence.  Tightly seal the lid.

Bring a large saucepan filled with water to a boil.  Lower the egg coddler into the boiling water.  Allow the eggs to boil for ten minutes.  Turn off the heat.  Allow the egg coddler to sit in the hot water for two more minutes.  Remove the covered egg coddler from the water and allow to cool down until the egg coddler is cool to the touch to handle.  

Once cool, open the lid.  Gently run the edge of a thin, flat knife or spatula around the inside of the cup to loosen the egg.  Turn over onto a plate.

Yield one serving.  
A gluten free recipe.  May be refrigerated for 3 days.

Egg White Tartlet cooked in egg coddler  

 

Egg White Tartlet cooked and ready to serve

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Preparation:

Instant PotBrush the inside of the egg coddler with olive oil until the bottom and all sides are thinly coated.  Pour out any excess oil. Separate the eggs whites into a bowl, add the seasoning mix and Herbs de Provence.  Gently stir together until blended.

Pour the egg white mixture into the egg coddler; sprinkle the top of the eggs with a thin layer of the Herbs de Provence.  Tightly seal the lid.

Add 1 cup of water to the inner pot and place trivet in the pot.  Lower the egg coddler onto the trivet.  Cover with a lid and close the lid to seal.  Make sure the pressure valve is also closed.

Select the Manual button with High Pressure.  Adjust the cooking time to 3 minutes.  Once the cooking time is done, natural release the pressure for 5 minutes, then open the steam valve to release the rest of the pressure.  Open the lid and remove the covered egg coddler from the pressure cooker pot and allow to cool down until the egg coddler is cool to the touch to handle.  Once cool, open the lid.  Gently run the edge of a thin, flat knife or spatula around the inside of the cup to loosen the egg.  Turn over onto a plate.  

A gluten free recipe. May be refrigerated for 3 days.

Yield one serving. 

 

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