Monday, October 27, 2008

Picture-Frame Egg

Posted by Quinn at Monday, October 27, 2008

Bull's-eye, frog-in-a-pond, toad-in-the-hole...whatever you call them, these require little ingredients, if not ingredients you readily have in your patry to make. I like calling them picture-frame egg. That was what I was thought when I joined a girl's scout when I was 12. This is a famous camp food.

However, instead of using the stove and a pan to fry this, I used the oven to bake them instead.


Line a baking tray with aluminium foil and lightly spray it with canola oil.
Preheat the oven to 175°C.
Place 2 squares of bread on the aluminium foil.
Place 2 squares of cheddar cheese (I use Kraft's) on each slice of bread and cover them with another slice of bread each.
With a round glass or any other object, make a cutout from the centre of each cheese-sandwiched-bread.
Place them side by side on the aluminium tray as well.
Have 2 eggs ready and lightly beat them and season with a little salt and pepper (you can choose to omit beating if you wanna make a sunny side up).
Spray a lil' canola oil everywhere randomly before popping it into the oven to bake for about 10-15mins. This helps in giving it a nice even golden brown.

The cutout bread sandwiched with cheese tasted awesome. It tasted like the crusty bread from Lamb Stew & Crusty Bread. Crispy and light. Very hollow with each bite.


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