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Egg on the boat-quick breakfast

Updated on March 6, 2013
a quick and innovative recipe by my friend
a quick and innovative recipe by my friend


i was tired eating cornflakes and oat meals for breakfast...wanted to try something which was easy yet yummy to eat and being a 'non cook' had to start with something easy.One day i cae over a picture of a 'cute 'breakfast on my friend's Face book Status.(food should always be presentable!!!)I tried this and somehow it turned out to be good(on the second time!i had put 1 spoon of salt on egg for the first time).I tried this recipe in India and it was a big hit with the kids. so here is one easy recipe.

Serving 1

egg -1


butter/oil-as per your choice,i use half teaspoon of I cant believe its not butter(In this i generously use butter without thinking of health issues)

radish, parsley,coriander for garnishing

tomato sauce-if required

salt-as per taste

pepper-as per taste

This recipe was taught to me by my friend Deepy,its a simple way of brightening up one mood in the morning with a smiley which you can eat!!!

  • take a pan
  • heat oil/butter
  • take a cup/bowl(anything to make a circle in the bread) and cut the bread
  • let the butter melt ,put the bread in the pan,the cut portion too
  • cook both sides till brown
  • now in the hole which you made in the bread crack an egg
  • heat till the bottom of egg is cooked
  • once done,switch off the gas
  • put salt and pepper on the york
  • decorate...and serve with a smile.

sometimes i toast the bread on toaster,it saves time and my energy!!!!


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      Romeos Quill 2 years ago from Lincolnshire, England

      Looks pretty simple and easy to make, even for a man lol!



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      ExoticHippieQueen 6 years ago

      I love eggs, and this is a quick and easy way to make them.......thank you! Voted up and useful!

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      dipsmi 6 years ago from Plymouth, Minnisota

      thanks @shipra bhabhi and @Rehana and a very special thanks to Deepy for teaching me this recipe!

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      Shipra Ritesh 6 years ago

      Its seems to very yummy and healthy breakfast .....good luck

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      Rehana Stormme 6 years ago

      Very cute! Since I usually don't have time to sit down and eat breakfast, I prefer sandwiches. This is a great easy breakfast idea for a newly wed wife who doesn't know how to cook!


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