Basted eggs are like steamed fried eggs. You cook them by cracking them into the pan as if you’re going to fry them, but instead, you add some water, cover the pan, and you end up with perfectly runny and scrumptious eggs.
All you have to do is defrost the dough, and stretch it out a bit. You want to make sure it’s not too thick, or it might not cook properly. I spread the dough with apricot preserve, but you could also use peach, plum … or what you like.