Recipe: Eggs in a basket
The other day I found this recipe on The Pioneer Woman site. I love her site. Anyways, she made this recipe and I thought it looked good. So I decided to give it a try. How hard can it be...the only ingredients are a piece of bread, and egg, lots of butter, and salt/pepper. Cut a hole in the bread....not too hard. Melt the butter...holy cow that's alot! Place your bread in the pan and crack the egg into the center. "Cool" I said to myself. I'm easily entertained.
Cook till you think it's ready to flip over. Flip over and cook a bit longer.
Wha lah! I didn't even break the yoke.
We did this one day last winter and we all hated it! It grossed us out - oh well! Glad you enjoyed it. Your house pics look great by the way. :)ReplyDelete
Mmmmm!! That looks good, Kirsten! I love eggs & toast together- I'll have to try that sometime!ReplyDelete
I love Pioneer Woman's blog too! :)
My mom used to make them for us while we were growing up as a treat. Way back then, she called them "Toads in A Hole." Ahhh, the memories.....ReplyDelete
(Reading the above comment): We also used to eat those growing up, but we called them "one eyed jacks". Funny how things have different names!!ReplyDelete
Yummy! I love eggs and toast :)
looks good :) i've made that before....yours looks better with all that butter!ReplyDelete
thank you so much for visiting my blog! I absolutely loved coming to visit yours and seeing the egg in the basket!!! Seriously that is the first thing my Dad taught us kids to make and it is still a huge favorite around my house. It made me smile thank you! And yes, butter is an absolute must :)
Hey, that 's looks really good. I will have to try it. My kids aren't so keen on fried eggs, they think the "runny" yellow is gross, but it's not all about them anyway. :-)ReplyDelete
That looks great!ReplyDelete
Yum - yip! grew up w/those and my kids love to make them. For some reason we called them "Frog in a Hole" which to this day does not make sense to me! haReplyDelete
Ah, it looks wonderful. My wife makes it sometimes, she called it "Bread with a hole cut in it and you put an egg in the hole"ReplyDelete
It's really good, but a little yolkey.