Eggs with Holes
You’ve probably heard of “Egg in the Hole” or “Bird’s Nests” or maybe not. When I was a little kid my dad would make me an egg in the hole for breakfast every now and then. He’d take a slice of Wonder Bread and cut a hole in the middle of it with a small glass. He then heated up some butter in a pan, tossed in the bread slice and the hole and browned them a little bit, turned them over and he’d crack an egg into the hole in the bread slice. After awhile, he’d flip everything over again to finish cooking the egg and nicely brown the bread.
My Eating Method
When I got it served to me I would cut the bread slice with the egg in it in half and watch the egg yolk run. Mmmm, delicious. I would then eat each half being sure that each bite had some bread, egg and egg yolk with it. When I finished both halves I turned my attention to the hole. That round circle of delicious butter soaked brown toasted bread. I’d make sure to mop up the last of the egg yolk with it and pop the whole thing in my mouth. Mmmmmmm, very delicious!
The New Updated Primal Version
Now that I don’t eat bread much anymore, what’s a grown boy to do? Instead of Wonder Bread I use slices of Coconut Flour Mug Muffins. Those are my holes and there is no bread slice. So its just Eggs with Holes! Still delicious though!
So here we go!
1. Make a Mug Muffin using coconut flour or other flour that is gluten and grain free. I’ve been using some almond flour and some garbanzo bean flour. Garbanzo beans are a legume and is OK in small quantities.
2. Heat a tbl of butter in a pan and add two slices of your mug muffin.
3. Toast on one side, flip over and add your eggs. I like to let the eggs attach themselves to the holes. It makes it harder to flip over, but I like the challenge! And viola! Mmmmm, delicious!
Eggs with Holes!
Darn! One of my egg yolks broke! But it was still good! Thanks Dad!