A Conversation for How to Make a Hole-in-one
AlexK the Twelve of Motion Started conversation Jan 14, 2005
I make these all the time, around here (MN, USA) it is called a hole in the wall. But I put the toast down first on a lightly buttered pan, then I put another dallap of butter into the hole, and then crack the egg right into the hole. I always save the hole part of the bread and toast it along side the toast. Then I give it a flip for about 10 seconds (I like it runny) then I flip it back and immediatly put a piece of cheese on top, and put the hole back on the cheese. It creats a wonderful presentation.
Apollyon - Grammar Fascist Posted Jan 14, 2005
Yeah, I crack the egg into the hole too. Must try that cheese thing sometime.
AlexK the Twelve of Motion Posted Jan 14, 2005
Very thinly sliced ham works very well there also. Thinly sliced for two reasons: it heats easier, and it cuts easy so you can still enjoy the whole meal with a fork.
Milos Posted Jan 14, 2005
We used a cookie cutter to make the hole, and cracked the egg into the hole. Never even occurred to me to put cheese on it though, I wonder why not. I'll definitely have to try it - I haven't made one of these in years!
Apollyon - Grammar Fascist Posted Jan 15, 2005
Yesterday I made a sandwich of cheese and tomato using two of these as bread (and I also use a cookie cutter.) It was very nice.
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