Sunday, January 20, 2008

Toad-in-the-Hole - 1/19/2008

I made breakfast yesterday morning and decided to share my mom's "secret recipe." Don't start drooling yet because it is very simple, but still quite enjoyable.

Toad-in-the-Hole

These creations go by many names: Toad-in-the-Hole, Eggs in a Basket, Eggy in a Toasty, Birds in a Nest. You can see them in the movie "V for Vendetta." All you have to do is cut out some holes (any shape you want) with a cookie or biscuit cutter. Butter the remaining piece of bread and the cutout and put them in a hot pan. Add an egg to the hole in each piece of bread. Cook until it is flippable, then flip and finish cooking. Be sure not to overcook them so you can dip in to the runny yolk with your bread cutout. It may not be anything fancy, but it is a recipe that always reminds me of breakfast at home.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

David,

Thanks for bringing back some fond memories of a breakfast long forgotten. I will have to prepair this for Jessie this weekend.

I really enjoy your blog. I hope to enjoy some of your dishes some day.

Uncle Scott

Lindsay said...

Mmm, I'll have to try this!

janet said...

Grandma made toad-in-the-holes
for our breakfasts, on snow days.
I made them for Lindsay and Jason,
too.

Lindsay said...

Guess I forgot about that!