Egg In The Hole
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After about 3 minutes, flip the bread and cook on the other side until the egg has set. Slide onto a plate and serve.
My mom used to make this for me when I was little. Great with ketchup!
Mr Breakfast would like to thank ks3398 for this recipe.
Recipe number 1440. Submitted 3/6/2005.
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My kids sometimes request this for days straight, but just change the sides and it's good! Great breakfast and sometimes, even a better dinner!
Comment submitted: 2/20/2013 (#15203)
From ayeletseed (Team Breakfast Member)
This is a very good breakfast. I have it almost every weekend.
Comment submitted: 11/15/2012 (#14841)
I used to make this for my son and daughter when they were little. My son would always request it when he was older. Comfort food at its best!
Comment submitted: 9/1/2012 (#14333)
This is delicious recipe! Mmmm! Thanks for the idea.
Comment submitted: 6/4/2012 (#14009)
From Indiana Lady
I had this for the first time while visiting my son and his wife in New Lenox, IL I ordered mozzarella cheese with it. Oh my gosh! It was so good.
Comment submitted: 6/1/2012 (#14000)
From Shell E.
Wonderful and yummy. Reminded me a of being a kid when my grandmother would make it.
Comment submitted: 5/28/2012 (#13965)
From Komposer (Team Breakfast Member)
I grew up eating these. My dad used to call them Roy Rogers Eggs. I guess he made them on the show once. They are still nostalgic for me. For extra yumminess, butter the bread before frying them.
Comment submitted: 5/20/2012 (#13928)
From Big J.
This is good with just regular white sandwich bread.
Comment submitted: 5/18/2012 (#13916)
From Necker I.
One of my favorite breakfasts growing up and as an adult. Mine never turn out as pretty as your picture. But, they always tastes great. Plus, it's crazy easy to make.
Comment submitted: 5/12/2012 (#13901)
Yeah! Love this and it's so easy too.
Comment submitted: 5/6/2012 (#13878)
Delicious recipe! When done, I flip it back to the egg side up and place a piece of American cheese on the top. It's so good and fast.
Comment submitted: 5/2/2012 (#13867)
From Toastfiend (Team Breakfast Member)
My father used to make this for me when I was a kid and called them "a**holes on toast". We'd laugh. I had a weird childhood.
Comment submitted: 4/25/2012 (#13840)
My mom called this "Egyptian-eyed" sandwiches. I think it was from an Abbot & Costello movie, where they made them; and called them that. I still make them 50 years later!
Comment submitted: 4/6/2012 (#13754)
Our family term was always "Egg in a Basket".
Comment submitted: 3/16/2012 (#13683)
My kids request this every Saturday now. It's easy to make so they usually get what they want. I have my oldest crack her own egg into the hole and she loves being part of the cooking process.
Comment submitted: 3/9/2012 (#13650)
I agree with Carletta - this is commonly referred to as a 'Bird Nest'.
Comment submitted: 1/16/2012 (#13439)
I love this recipe over veggies in the morning. The egg bursts over the savory veggies and makes the perfect sauce. You can also bake these, but watch out because the eggs can get rubbery if in the oven for too long.
Comment submitted: 11/15/2011 (#13190)
My mom made this for me and now I make it for my kids. It's a family classic and we LOVE it!
Comment submitted: 9/29/2011 (#12947)
From carletta betz (Team Breakfast Member)
My mom called this "birds nest". Instead of bread she made french toast with the hole/egg in the middle of the french toast. I remember it fondly.
Comment submitted: 3/28/2011 (#12364)
Great recipe! Very Tasty!
Comment submitted: 1/30/2011 (#12028)
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