Carla Makes Baked Eggs in Tomato | From the Test Kitchen | Bon Appétit

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  • Published on Apr 20, 2019
  • Join Carla Music in the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen as she makes baked eggs in tomato. The trick is getting the eggs cooked so that the whites are set and the yolks are still jammy-starting with room temperature eggs is key, so soak them in hot water for a few minutes if they're cold from the fridge.
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  • no name
    no name 7 hours ago

    Not 2 syllables 2 words

  • Kelly Tyler
    Kelly Tyler 15 hours ago

    Can you not just cook the damn recipe? You're not that funny.

  • Jacob Rothman
    Jacob Rothman 19 hours ago

    For other cool recipes follow @flavorthyme on insta

  • christ1313
    christ1313 Day ago

    Less reminiscing about a well played game 'o charades and more egg recipes please!

  • harrygibus
    harrygibus 2 days ago

    Original Sin proponent Carla? What did eggs ever do to you?

  • Laura Galvan
    Laura Galvan 3 days ago +1

    I like how I can rely on Carla to say "gorge" every time I'm thinking she will

  • A local passing through

    So she made some menemen love that for ba

    • A local passing through
      A local passing through 4 days ago

      Also im really amazed how people from other countries call this shakshouka when its a whole different cold food in my country like it has eggplants and potatos in it

  • B. Walker
    B. Walker 4 days ago

    For the love of Pete, don't add any ANGEL hair pasta to this dish!

  • joededimanadedi
    joededimanadedi 5 days ago

    This is what we call "menemen" in Turkish. Noice.

  • Jose H.
    Jose H. 5 days ago

    My mom had been making this since I was a kid and I love it

  • DMG Report
    DMG Report 7 days ago

    shes so boring lol

  • Leesa Michaels
    Leesa Michaels 8 days ago

    So you're saying Purgatory is a wonderfully spicy place with Great Food? Sounds good to me. But Religious Food can be a real problem. Just ask Joseph Campbell.

  • Jo nas
    Jo nas 9 days ago

    This content could be fitted in a 2 or 3 min Video

  • Christina Ortuno
    Christina Ortuno 10 days ago

    Carla! I made this recipe with a couple tweaks and oh my god... it is AMAZING! I didn’t have any basil so I subbed in some avocado (like a typical Californian) and a small scoop of ricotta at the end and the flavor profile is just life changing! Thank you !!

  • Jenna Horner
    Jenna Horner 10 days ago +1

    Can someone help: if you don’t mince the garlic, don’t you rub the risk of someone getting a huge bite of garlic clove in their mouth? Or does it fully break down while the tomatoes are cooking? I’m always confused about this.

  • iwatchkittenvids45
    iwatchkittenvids45 10 days ago

    Huevos rancheros?

  • KLUTCH DA SAVAGE
    KLUTCH DA SAVAGE 10 days ago

    Please stop teaching false things like purgatory. Just cook

  • Venus Aziara
    Venus Aziara 10 days ago

    I really don't like tomatoes and I hate runny eggs. And the combination of the both really disgust me however ... This dish loOks so good together Tjat I may actually try it

  • Stephen Zierhut
    Stephen Zierhut 10 days ago

    So good, thanks Carla and TK! Made this for the fam twice this week alone. So easy and delicious!

  • Daniel Hurley
    Daniel Hurley 10 days ago

    wow didnt know that egg whites cook with heat or get firm.. hahaha

  • Christian V
    Christian V 11 days ago

    Carla is amazing!!!!

  • Martin
    Martin 12 days ago

    This is a Lebanses dish called "Shakshoka"

  • buddigabong
    buddigabong 12 days ago

    this is just italian style shakshuka

  • Emanuel Vellios
    Emanuel Vellios 13 days ago

    WHERES THE CHEESE

  • isabela de sá
    isabela de sá 15 days ago +1

    ive always wanted to try eggs like these! and they were really easy and fun to make. unfortunately i was stung by a wasp as they cooked so my yolks weren't runny. thanks for the recipe!

  • Adam Brynes
    Adam Brynes 16 days ago

    Eggs in Tomatotown, a new hit Broadway Musical.

  • J S
    J S 18 days ago

    Someone is having a bad day in the background. lol

  • c vo
    c vo 18 days ago

    Love this dish. However that is a soft boiled egg, not a poached egg.

  • unaanguila
    unaanguila 19 days ago

    Thanks for sharing!

  • John Selwyn Marigomen

    You cwan cwook pwasta in it and call it an AlDante Pasta uwu

  • Angus Keenan
    Angus Keenan 23 days ago

    12:44 Chris doing jumping jacks in the back ground

  • Poonam Abbi
    Poonam Abbi 23 days ago

    this is the same thing that is called EGGS IN HELL, & also SHAKSHUKA.

  • HS
    HS 24 days ago

    I want to make this and melt mozzarella on top

  • Mina Eghbal
    Mina Eghbal 25 days ago

    Its called shakshuka not eggs in purgatory

  • TheVivienne1990
    TheVivienne1990 Month ago

    I tried this recipe, it’s soooo good!! Thanks Carla!

  • Game Over
    Game Over Month ago

    This is one of the best recipes PERIOD

  • anki gatoni
    anki gatoni Month ago

    No lemon! Garlic is the, only, way!

  • Les Ellis
    Les Ellis Month ago

    I don’t think I have seen too many videos in the kitchen that Chris is in the background

  • Asli K.
    Asli K. Month ago +1

    In Turkey we call it Menemen and I loved it as a Kid and still love it. It was the only thing my father could cook😂. What we like to ad is sucuk (which is a spicy sausage) and then ad on top cheese. Some people also like to ad sweet chilli and onions. Thats the nice thing about it, you can do it as you want and like🥰. I loved how Carla called it pugatory, she is such a bundle of Joy 😁

  • Tuva Emilie
    Tuva Emilie Month ago

    carla is that really cool aunt that makes hella good food

  • Miss Mitchyx
    Miss Mitchyx Month ago

    looks delicious, trying it!

  • Jesus Gutierrez
    Jesus Gutierrez Month ago

    this is so caucasian but i really wanna make it

  • Landon Becker
    Landon Becker Month ago

    God I just love Carla so so much

  • Dylan Bystedt
    Dylan Bystedt Month ago

    They mic'd the producer/director/camera man in this, and OH GOD does it make it HORRIBLE. Just shut up. I get it, others have done this cute, behind the camera person is a personality on the show kind of thing, but no, not here, not to my Carla.
    PS: Maybe we can get some production peeps, like editors, that actually like food? Seems they're constantly trying to me everything. And that's fine in some contexts! Other shows do that well! But it doesn't work with cooking, it doesn't work when you're trying to learn.

  • Doodlebob108
    Doodlebob108 Month ago +7

    A little extra salt won't kill anybody? Uh, actually Carla I have hypertension! lol

  • BA
    BA Month ago

    Carla has the best recipes here, hands down.

  • Lucy Tiblier
    Lucy Tiblier Month ago

    joy in my life

  • Heather Umpherville

    Mmmmm, made this for dinner tonight with the addition of a little bacon and parmesan cheese 🤤

  • Chris Sherer
    Chris Sherer Month ago

    fry the bread in toum because there is no such thing as too much garlic

  • Geo Y
    Geo Y Month ago

    Why is olive oil so dang expensive

  • Anita Birjas
    Anita Birjas Month ago

    We eat something like this, but its funny to watch them make it difficult or over- complicated 😕😂

  • JAZZ n MOTION
    JAZZ n MOTION Month ago

    After watching all of these videos I feel I can make this 😩😩

  • Nichole W
    Nichole W Month ago

    Cover the situation later 😂

  • Bradley D
    Bradley D Month ago

    Don’t forget about all that Allison your releasing from the garlic when smashed!

  • John Rife
    John Rife Month ago

    She's confusing purgatory with hell. The eggs go to purgatory because they obviously haven't been baptized.

  • Abdullah Islam
    Abdullah Islam Month ago

    Shaksuka*

  • Dennis Leavy
    Dennis Leavy Month ago

    Eggs in purgatory
    A lifeless object, alive

  • Kylie michelle
    Kylie michelle Month ago +1

    Ooooh
    The cauldron of regret
    Smish smash

  • nadeem sayed
    nadeem sayed Month ago

    Please use hair cover or hair cap for better hygeine

  • Fanni Nagy
    Fanni Nagy Month ago +7

    And what happens when we smash a garlic?!



    ALLICIN!

  • Debate Club
    Debate Club Month ago

    Made this this morning for my mum she liked it but I put no chilli flakes in and apparently it was spicy. I don’t understand how tho

  • A V
    A V Month ago

    It's called shakshuka

  • Hannah Grant
    Hannah Grant Month ago

    i tried this it was rlly good but i cooked the eggs dor about 3 mins and they were still over done so id say do about 2 minutes depending on heat.

  • Esther Yogman
    Esther Yogman Month ago

    This is just shakshuka...

  • Justin Offutt
    Justin Offutt Month ago

    I've been making this twice a week. I can't stop.

  • Wayne Hong
    Wayne Hong Month ago

    She's really beautiful

  • marcelo thiollier
    marcelo thiollier 2 months ago

    Eggs overcooked

  • Dawnsy
    Dawnsy 2 months ago

    In Iran we do a dish similar to this but it's more akin to an omelette and we cook it with saffron as well. It's so good, and this looks good too.

  • maria Gonzalez
    maria Gonzalez 2 months ago

    Can't stand runny eggs or tomatoes, but its carla cooking so I clicked

  • niac 1234
    niac 1234 2 months ago

    I made a variation of this recipe as huevos rancheros with chile peppers, hatch chili powder, onion, green onions, tomatoes, and parsley (didn't have cilantro). And then I added some black beans cause I like black beans (sue me), and added the eggs the same way and served over toasted tortilla. It's amazing. Highly recommend trying this out if you want more spice.

  • Amelia Thompson
    Amelia Thompson 2 months ago

    A deli cat balance 💜

  • happy as larry
    happy as larry 2 months ago

    Onion?

  • spike the-pro
    spike the-pro 2 months ago +1

    Is it so hard to say shakshuka?
    0 appreciation for Middle East Cuisine...

  • Lauryn Stone
    Lauryn Stone 2 months ago

    youre great, carla

  • mitzy183
    mitzy183 2 months ago

    the egg cooking got real dark at the beginning there :p