When I get tired of my open-faced fried egg sandwich, I like to make a different meatless meal that features the incredible, edible egg. It's a simple tortilla topped with cheese, avocado, and the fried egg. It's got a Tex-Mex spin thanks to the addition of pepper Jack cheese and spicy chipotle salsa. This recipe serves one but can easily be altered to feed your loved ones. It's fast, fresh, and delicious, so learn how it's done now.
The classic flavors of a breakfast sandwich — bacon, eggs, toasted bread, and melted cheese — are transformed into a salad that's worthy of dinner.
The bacon is sprinkled with brown sugar and broiled until caramelized and syrupy. Thick slices of country bread are topped with jarlsberg cheese, and a fried egg finishes off the dish.
It's rustic and simple, but satisfying and decadent. Want the recipe? Read more.
Traditionally a raw egg yolk is used to make Caesar salad dressing. However, this ingenious recipe places a fried egg on top of the salad. When the yolk is left runny, it coats the lettuce leaves, resulting in a similar effect. This variation lacks croutons, but crunch is provided by grissini, long skinny Italian breadsticks. Sun-dried tomatoes add a subtle sweetness to this quick, delicious dinner salad.
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South Korean design studio Broadhong created this Fried Egg Candle (still a prototype), which looks exactly like a fried egg, but when melted resembles yolk dribbling out of an egg cooked overeasy. Once the candle has burnt completely, the plate can be used as a saucer. I think it's pretty clever; what about you?Source