This breakfast classic, which consists of an egg fried within a crispy ring of bread, goes by many names: guest house eggs, bird in a nest, egg in a basket, Egyptian eggs, and one-eyed jacks, to list just a few. (serves one) 1 slice bread 1 egg butter or cooking oil...... cut hole in middle of bread (juice glass used to cut hole or other) lightly brown bread, crack egg into center and cook to desired doneness, flipping once.
If you eat eggs, this is a great go-to breakfast. In lieu of plain avocado, I have also used the fresh guacamole from Whole Foods when I had leftovers from Taco Night. I season my eggs heavier than pictured (I like spices) but that is optional.
spinach, egg, and cheese bake 4 cups packed spinach 1 tbs olive oil for sautéing spinach 1 1/2 cups low-fat mozzarella (I used a low-fat mozzarella blend from Costco with 6 grams of fat in 1/4 cup.) 1/3 cup thinly sliced green onions 8 eggs, beaten 1 tsp. Spike seasoning (or use any all purpose seasoning mix that's good with eggs) salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste
Korean-Style Steamed Eggs (Gyeran Jjim)You've had eggs boiled, fried, poached, and scrambled ... but how about steamed? Silky, savory Asian-style steamed eggs are a real treat at any meal. Different variations exist in China, Japan, and Korea, and today I'll share one method for making Korean-style steamed eggs, called gyeran jjim. At its most basic, gyeran jjim (literally "steamed eggs") consists of eggs whisked with water and something salty, such as salt, brined shrimp, or fish sauce.
I think if I get this right, it might become my husband's favorite breakfast. This is exactly what he likes to eat for breakfast but adding the herbs - delicious! ♥ Herb Baked Eggs: Adapted recipe by For the Love of Cooking.net Original recipe by Ina Garten 1 tbsp milk 1 tsp butter 3 eggs 1 tsp fresh chives, chopped 1/2 tsp fresh thyme, leaves removed from stem 1 tsp Parmesan, grated Sea salt and freshly cracked pepper, to taste