I can't believe it's taken me more than a week to post this, but here it is, Egg in a Hole.
I first tried making this "recipe" about a year ago when I was visiting my parents in Seattle...alas, the bread completely burned, and I was slightly embarrassed. This time around, I tried to be more careful and not crank up the heat too high.
1 tablespoon oil or butter
2 slices Italian bread
salt & pepper
tomatoes and dill for the salad
1. Cut holes in Italian bread and toast the bread.
2. Heat oil or butter in a non-stick pan. Put the slices of bread in the pan and carefully crack an egg into each hole.
3. Cook for a few minutes and then carefully flip the slices of bread.
4. Cook a few more minutes.
5. Season with salt and pepper and serve with tomato/dill salad.
This was still not perfect...and I'm not sure if the flipping technique is necessarily the way to go, but the eggs/bread tasted good. I just wish the yolks were a bit more runny.
If you have a better technique, please share!