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Fried egg and hot dog

Updated on March 3, 2020

i'm currently a medical student with interest in breakfast recipes.i believe that food eaten in the morning tells a lot about the day.

Fried egg and hot dog is a delicious breakfast recipe.Try this and thank me later.


  • 2 eggs at room temperature
  • A pinch of salt
  • ¼ teaspoon of seasonings
  • 1 hot dogs tin (princes)
  • 3 tablespoon of vegetable oil (depending on how oily you want it)
  • 1 teaspoon of ground pepper (depending on how spicy you want it)
  • 1 carrot/green pepper/spring onions/ball pepper(vegetables). optional
  • 8 toothpicks

Step includes;

  • Fry 4 of the hot dogs from the tin using 2 tablespoons.
  • Slice each of the hotdog into two to create 8 pieces.
  • Slice each of the 8 pieces incompletely into two (look at the picture again and see where the slicing starts from before you slice incompletely).
  • Now create a gap in each of the 8 pieces using each of the toothpick i.e. a toothpick for an incompletely sliced hotdog. Create a gap convenient to you and you can also check the picture again to see the gap between each hotdog.
  • Chop the carrot/green pepper/bell pepper/spring onions into any convenient shape after which you fry with 1 tablespoon of oil. Place in a small separate bowl.
  • Place the incompletely sliced hotdog into a frying pan containing 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil (under very low heat) and arranged them closely together i.e. Each edges touching each other in form of a circle as seen in the picture.
  • Break the eggs directly into the free center formed by the hotdog, sprinkle salt, seasonings, ground pepper immediately, then arrange the vegetables in desired way to give the dish a more appetizing look.
  • When egg is well fried, scrape off eggs that extended outside the center of the hotdogs.
  • Serve with hot boiled yam.

star shaped fried egg and hot dogs

© 2020 ogunsemore olasimbo esther


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      Peggy Woods 

      3 weeks ago from Houston, Texas

      The photo of the dish is eye-catching. I would never have thought to use hot dogs combined with eggs for breakfast, but I like your idea of using other vegetables to make it a healthier dish.

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      Toluwani Adebayo 

      3 weeks ago


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      3 weeks ago

      look so yummy


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