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Shirred eggs ("Œufs cocotte à la provençale")
|Alternative name(s)||Baked eggs|
|Variations||Eggs en cocotte|
Shirred eggs (also known as baked eggs, or in French: œufs en cocotte) are eggs cooked in a manner which results in a firm white but soft or runny yolk. The name comes from the dish in which the eggs are cooked.
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- Montagné, Prosper; Robert J Coutine (2003). The concise Larousse gastronomique : the world's greatest cookery encyclopedia.. London : Hamlyn.