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Submitted by boz

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A fried egg in the middle of a piece of bread. This dish goes by other names, such as Frog In a Hole.

Original recipe serves 1.

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Ingredients

2 teaspoons butter
1 egg(s)
1 slice white bread

Preparation:

Melt butter in skillet. Press the mouth of a drinking glass or mug into center of bread to cut out a hole. Fry bread in melted butter until the bottom is golden brown. Turn over and crack egg into the hole in the bread. Cover, and cook for 5 minutes or until egg white is firm. You can use the leftover round piece of bread to sop up the yolk! Makes 1 serving.

Nutrition Information*
per serving
Based on a 2000 calorie diet

DV %

10.4
--
5.2
2.9
19.6
68.5
15.8
11.1


Calories: 207.8
Total Sugars: 1.6g
Carb.: 15.5g
Fiber: 0.7g
Total Fats: 12.7g
Cholesterol: 205.6mg
Protein: 7.9g
Sodium: 266.9mg

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*Data provided by USDA

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7 Reviews

(No rating submitted) By Anonymous User on 2010-12-12
we call it "Egg in the basket" :D
(No rating submitted) By Anonymous User on 2010-11-16
For special breakfasts, I use a cookie cutter to make the hole. Definitely cook the cut out for an added treat to the presentation.
By Anonymous User on 2009-06-03
rocky mountain toast is the best food I've ever had. Every day I would wake up at 6:00 a.m. just to eat half a piece.
(No rating submitted) By moshecahill on 2009-02-03
Also called: "One Eyed Sam" and "Higgy in a Blanket" (British)
(No rating submitted) By Anonymous User on 2008-09-19
Getting the timing right can be a bit tricky. If you don't pay close attention, it can get overcooked.
(No rating submitted) By mcat52 on 2006-10-23
We call it "Cackleberry Surprise"
(No rating submitted) By Anonymous User on 2006-06-28
this recipe has an insane amount of names. i guess it depends where you are from. there's toad in a hole, chicken in a hole (or basket), egg in a basket, spit in the eye, to name a few.


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