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Fried Egg Sandwich

April 1, 2011 | Breakfast,

Sometimes you just want something simple. I’ve loved getting farm fresh eggs from my CSA farm, and have been on an egg kick for months. I also happen to love my Irish Soda Bread recipe, especially when you add the toppings that I use in my Everything Bagel Bread. And so I decided to make a simple sandwich. Toast the bread and butter it.Then fry up an egg in a small skillet. (I like to flip mine to have them over easy).Then put it all together for a sandwich. If I had any bacon left I would have added a couple of slices. You can also add sliced tomato, thinly sliced avocado, green chili, or frankly anything else you would like on yours. Go ahead – make breakfast special this weekend. You deserve it!

Fried Egg Sandwich
 
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Recipe type: Breakfast
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 1 egg
  • 2 thin slices Irish Soda Bread
  • 1 slice crispy bacon, if desired
  • avocado slices, if desired
  • 1 slice tomato, if desired
Instructions
  1. Cook egg in a small skillet as desired (sunny side up or over easy) while bread is toasting.
  2. Butter toast and slide egg out of skillet onto one of the slices of toast.
  3. Top with bacon, avocado or tomato - or all three! - and enjoy.

 

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  1. The’ve got farm fresh eggs too????? I’ve got to join that CSA this year. Great looking sandwich.

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  2. Where do you get your soda bread?

    Thanks.

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