If you fancy something quick and easy for your tea tonight then look no further than this brilliantly simple but delicious recipe from Irish chef Donal Skeehan.
Hole in the Bread Eggs are a creative and fun variation to the traditional egg on toast.
They are so easy to make you can have them ready in minutes and you can also tailor each portion to suit the tastes of your friends and family.
The method is simple. Use pastry cutters to remove the middle part of a slice of bread, and then drizzle a little oil onto one side of the remaining outer part.
Then gently grill the unoiled side of the bread, before turning it over and placing it oil side down in the frying pan.
Now, crack your egg into the hole in the bread, and let it all fry together. Once done, you can garnish your hole in bread egg with whatever you like, ketchup, brown sauce, mayonnaise etc.
In the video Donal adds a sprinkle of chives to one Hole in the Bread Egg, a squirt of sriracha to another, a dollop of pesto to one and a drizzle of sweet chilli sauce to another.
The brilliant thing about this dish is that it is so versatile you can add anything you like to it.
Take a look at the video below.
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