Monday, October 27, 2008

Egg in a Toast

Thanks to my friend Ma-li, I made this for breakfast for the family today. It not only look nice, it tasted good too.

Our breakfast.
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This is how you do it.

Cut a slice of cheese into 4 strips. Place one at each side on a piece of bread.
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Use a pair of scissors to cut a square on another piece of bread and place it to top of the one with cheese. Crack an egg into the hole.
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Toast it in an oven until bread is brown and egg is semi cooked. For me, I used 180C and bake for about 10 mins (I have changed the timing to just 10 mins because different type of oven/toaster oven the temp is different. Add or minus the timing according to your own oven). You can adjust this to you own liking whether the egg should be more or less cooked. Take it out and sprinkle some black pepper on the egg.
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17 comments:

Sarah said...

Very creative! I think I am going to try to make this for my husband because he would find this to be so unusual that he would love it!

Anonymous said...

Hi Baking Mum

Your Egg In A Toast is really creative and something so different and so presentable.

Everyday without fail, I will visit your blog. It is indeed a stress reliever, reading your write-ups as well as the wide spread of delicacies (for breakfast, teabreaks, dinner, gatherings, etc.).

Thank you.

Mommy Mash said...

wow...this is really creative and easy!! will try this out soon...

thanks!!

may said...

wow..this is really creative and good idea, i will try it tomorrow as my son really love egg and cheese...I really love visiting your blog and every time when I clicked I hope to see something new..thanks !

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting the step by step pics of this lovely appetizing bread toast. This would bring out the boredom of everyday bread and jam for my family.

Annon

FAMILY FIRST said...

Some of the blogger mommies are sooo creative in the kitchen! And you are one of those talented ones ... just wish I had the time to do this .. maybe during weekends huh .. even then my weekends are mo busier than my work days .. sigh.

Hugbear said...

Thanks everyone, I hope you will all try this and have fun at breakfast with your loved ones.

Hugbear said...

Thanks everyone, I hope you will all try this and have fun at breakfast with your loved ones.

Kitchen Corner said...

Hi,
You are such a wonderful mum! There is nothing better than a mum homemade bread.

Violet said...

i got some internet connection, so i dunno whether my previous comment is posted up anot,

anyway~ to type it out again,
I LOVE THIS EGG&CHEESE BREAD.
tried it out today..
delicious to the max!

but because i dun have black pepper at home, i used pork floss for toppings instead. very yummy!

u shld try it too, baking mum! =D

Hugbear said...

Violet, thanks for leaving the message again. You are right, I did not see your previous message at all. Wow, you top it off with pork floss, sounds so yummy. I should try it too. What other variation can we have to sprinkle on top?

Panda Q said...

Hi Hugbear,

Felt so excited to see this lovely creation. Can't wait to do it for hubby and see what's his reaction :-)

Violet said...

your hotdog beside the toast gave me some idea though.

thought of slicing up the hotdog, place it inbetween the layers of cheese and toast it together?

Double cheese with hotdog slices hidden beneath the cheese with a pretty egg in a hole, sprinkle off with pork floss, or butter at the side, or shredded tuna (this is random =X).

My 2-cents worth ^^

mushroomgarden said...

Hihi, Thanks for sharing this recipe. I tried making mine last friday. Hubby loves it. I use a heart shape mold, instead of cutting a square. (^_^)

alicesg said...

Fantastic, very good idea.

chumpman said...

Wow, this looks excellent ! Very creative and can't wait to give a try. Sure it tastes as good as it looks ! I will definately like to serve for the gatherings

Anonymous said...

Hi, I have a similar recipe. Is called Papa in a Basket.

1. Instead of cutting it square, cut a circle with the help of a round container or a cup. (Note: Keep the circle cut out bread for later part.)

2. Place the cut bread on a frying pan and lightly toast it.

3. Next add a little olive oil in the hole and crack an egg.

4. When the egg white is almost cook, cover the hole with the round piece of cut out bread and flip the bread with the egg in it over.

5. Toast other side and serve.

Difference is, this recipe is single layer, it uses a little oil and has no cheese.

I'm gonna try your recipe now! =D

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