My Favorite Fried Egg Breakfast Sandwich

March 22, 2013
fried egg sandwich
This morning, I woke up crabby because we had at least six inches of snow overnight.  I rolled out of bed and headed out on hopefully my final date with the snow blower and shovel for this season.  Spring is taking its sweet time on arriving.  I came in cold, wet and hungry.  The bowl of chicken eggs on the counter was calling me- breakfast time! A good fried egg sandwich always cheers me up.  Even the simplest things quickly turn my mood around.  Thank you chickens!

Two slices of crusty french loaf
Two fresh eggs
Sliced Monterey Jack Cheese- yes that is a big hunk of it in the picture. I love my cheese!
Salt and Pepper
Cooking spray

To make a fried egg sandwich, first spray the skillet with cooking spray and heat over medium heat. Then once the pan is warmed, fry up the eggs. Next, allow the white portion of the egg to cook almost completely through prior to flipping. Finally, flip the egg, top with cheese, and cook until the yolk is done to your liking.

Toast your bread.
Top your toast with the eggs and cheese. Salt and pepper to taste.
Photo Credit:  Tilly’s Nest


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8 thoughts on “My Favorite Fried Egg Breakfast Sandwich”

  1. Oh, that does look so good.

    I only recently discovered poached eggs. YUMMY! Curious if you have a favorite thing to do w/ poached eggs?

    I just eat them w/ toast. And boy does having fresh eggs make a difference. I just crack them right into the boiling water. No vinegar, no cracking them in a separate container and slipping them into the water. Fresh eggs really DO make a difference.

  2. That looks delicious! Maybe I will make one myself to brighten up my morning! We got a lot of snow too out where I live so I feel your pain! Hope you enjoy your food!


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