Try this Egg-In-A-Hole recipe, or contribute your own.
"I really love this breakfast treat! Food is so much more fun when it has a whimsical vibe to it. I tried to do this once in a very thick brioche and it didn't turn out too well. So, be wary if you cut your own slice of bread not to make it too thick!"
From: Kids in the kitchen Fold over a slice of bread. Take a bite out of the folded edge. Open the bread. There should be a round hole in the middle. Heat oil in skillet. Place bread in skillet. Break egg carefully so that it falls into the hole. Salt & pepper to taste. Fry until egg is cooked through, turning as needed. Posted to recipelu-digest by SRemers@aol.com on Feb 2, 1998
nicblakemore 1y ago
gonjabi1 2y agoI hate this I broke so many breads while holding
CreamyPuff 3y agoI remember four years ago when I was 8 I made this from a strawberry shortcake recipe book and they called them 'Peek-a-boo eggs' they were absolutely great!????
kimbellow 3y agoI discovered this dish in a movie. V for Vendetta. I didn't know for sure what it was it was only a quick shot nut Ever called it 'Eggie in a Basket' I couldnt find anything online so I assumed it was some classic British breakfast dish with a proper name and it looked delicious! I couldn't tell if there was a hole in the bread or not bit I experimented and figured it out on my own. I had no idea it was this popular. I love this recipe and just made it for my Boyfriend (who I usually make eggs over-medium with toast) and he loved it. His face lit up so sweet. Thanks for putting up this recipe for I finally can put a real name to this awesome breakfast.
jsblasvegas 3y agoMy boys love this breakfast dish! I add a little cinnamin
Daldaman 3y agoOne change I make is mix one egg in a shallow dish batter the bread and then cook like the recipe says and add pancake syrup. French toast with an egg in the middle.
maidinblisscleaning 3y agoOne of my favorites! We call it a one eyed egg sandwich. My kids love it!
Tip2 3y agoIt was quick & easy
Zeynab 4y agoIve always been making these with bagels...never even thought about bread lol! Amazing recipe for kids now that I can cut out shapes! Thanks
Madrinans 4y agoI use to eat this twenty some odd years ago as a child. We called it "duckie daddles." My children love it today... And so does my husband!