Thursday, May 20, 2010

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Was - eggs fried in the middle of a slice of bread. According to the fried egg wiki it's called egg in a basket. I call it not toad in a hole.

How do you like your eggs?

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Anonymous Injera said...

I love eggs simmered in a spicy tomato sauce - I use a Greg Malouf recipe for meatballs, but... leave out the meatballs!

The eggs fried in the cut-out of a slice of bread was my dad's specialty. He called them Pharoah's Eyes, which was a bit of a hurdle to get over, but they were worth it!

3:50 pm  
Anonymous Amanda said...

Just like that!!
Fried bread is a wicked treat, only marginally redeemed by ripping out a hole in the middle and filling it with a fresh home-laid egg - cooked runny, of course!

5:18 pm  
Blogger Another Outspoken Female said...

Injera - pure genius, meatballs without the meatballs :) Though Pharoah's Eyes is kinda creepy.

Amanda - the cut out disc of bread, all fried and cripy is the perfect dipper in the runny yolk.

6:50 pm  
Blogger Kath Lockett said...

Poached, on whole wheat toast and sprinkled with dukka. Discovered the 'dukka' idea at the Social Roasting Company - Racecourse Road, Flemington and now make it at home every Sunday.

12:34 pm  
Anonymous penny aka jeroxie said...

Poached, baked, sunnyside up. And best of all, fried runny egg cantonese style.

11:38 pm  
Blogger Another Outspoken Female said...

Penny - enlighten me, what are Cantonese style eggs?

Kath - nothing like a little dukkah! Have you ever tried Zaatar on eggs? I sprinkle some on the top of baked eggs when I cook them.

8:58 am  
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