Egg in a Hole
So there’s this movie called V for Vendetta, and the hubby loves it. I mean like literally knows all the words and SWEARS he’s only seen it once. (sure) It’s a pretty good movie if you haven’t seen it, but my favorite part is when one of the characters is making breakfast. They made this overly dramatic fancy toast called “Eggs in a Hole” pretty funny name if you ask me.
This past weekend I locked my self in the house determined to get some deep cleaning done. I literally cooked a feast all weekend. Sunday morning I had a hankering for a toast and eggs. BAM BAM BAM here comes Eggs in a hole.
This recipe is super simple and quick to make. It took me no more than 10 minutes to prep and cook. I paired mine with a piping hot cup of Earl Grey tea but you know, you can have an ice cold glass of Tang with it too. (tang is life, fight me) I hope you guys like it because Baby Reaves loved it. (rubs belly)
Eggs in a Hole
1 Slice of bread ( I used sourdough)
salt & pepper to taste
- heat skillet on medium low and let it get warm
- Cut a hole (or use a cookie cutter, I used a heart shaped one because I’m extra) in the center of the bread
- Butter the skillet and place bread down and let toast for about a minute
- crack egg directly into the hole
- Let it cook for about 2 minutes and flip
- Cook to desired doneness (is that even a word?!)