20 May 2009


So the other night I was on the phone with my friend Jenn trying to figure out what she should make for dinner, and quick. So she gives me a brief inventory of her supplies. I suggested eggs, she agreed. Since Jenn also likes dip-dip eggs, I suggested she make it a little more fun by creating her first "egg in a hole". Then I was craving it all night. The next morning I made my own.

The pictures aren't that great looking (which kinda defeats the purpose of the blog), but it definitely tasted good, and that's the part that counts, right?

It's very simple, but a little more of a unique way to have eggs and toast.

Egg in a Hole
  • Eggs
  • Bread
  • Butter
  1. Let a few slabs of butter melt in a pan on medium heat. Throw a few slices of bread in the pan, toast lightly on each side.
  2. Remove bread and cut a hole in the middle.
  3. Return to pan and crack an egg in the center of each piece of bread. Cook for a few minutes then flip. Cook white completely, leaving the yolk runny.

1 comment :

  1. I love "Brinner" (breakfast for dinner) and grew up making egg in a hole! So easy and yummy!