Nest eggs, eggs in a basket, bird's nest, cowboy eggs, eggs in a hole...whatever you call it, this egg-and-toast combination is a tasty meal that's easy to make.
If you're not fond of runny yolks, scramble your egg first.
Enjoy the crispness of the bread, the saltiness of the butter, and the creamy texture of the egg. Make Nest Eggs a weekly tradition!
Recipe: Nest Eggs
1 slice white bread
1 tbsp butter.
salt and pepper, to taste
Using a biscuit cutter, cookie cutter, glass, etc., cut the center out of the white bread.
Melt butter in a nonstick pan over medium heat. Add bread and lightly toast one side.
Flip the bread over and crack egg into the bread hole. Salt and pepper to taste.
When egg is set, gently flip egg-and-toast. Cook until just set (longer if a set yolk is desired.) Remove from heat.
Toast the toast round until golden brown. Serve with egg-and-toast.