Mr. J has a new signature dish! He has perfected this bfast dish and all I can say is keep ‘em coming! Eggs and toast make this a great go-to meal. We’ve had it for dinner when it seemed like there was nothing.
4 slices of wheat bread, buttered
Grill buttered bread lightly on both sides
Using a biscuit cutter or jar top cut out holes in the center of the bread
Return the bread to the pan and crack an egg into each hole
Cook the egg until set and flip
The eggs were perfectly cooked through with a runny yolk and the toast was crispy. Also, the gently toasted toast circles popped out of the toast make for a great bite while waiting for the real thing.
Mr. J thought toasting the bread in the pan before popping out the center made for a crispier edge. He served a little potato red pepper hash on the side. Yum!
Now, for the serious stuff. What do YOU call this? What SHOULD we call this? Let me know!
Yum Yum Yum! (maybe that’s what you should call it :)) This post made me think of this meal I had in NYC a while back (http://bit.ly/ip6AuG) never tried to make it myself but now I’m inspired! 🙂
my dad always called this an “egg-in-a-nest”. 🙂
This has been one of my favorite ways to cook eggs. My mom always called in “egg in a hole”