Ingredients

How to make it

  • Garlic butter one side of the bread and cut a hole the size of a yolk in the middle. (Normal butter is OK I guess but not the Scoob's style)
  • In a small frying pan thats set on medium - mediumhigh add enough butter so it wil cover the bottom of the pan when melted.
  • After the butter is melted and the pan is hot toss the unbuttered side of the bread on the pan and let it cook by itself for about 10-15 seconds.
  • Now crack a fresh egg and drop it right in the hole of the bread.
  • Salt and pepper the top to your taste. I like a lot of salt on these buggers but you can add too much sometimes.
  • You want to flip this when the bottom is getting brown and crispy and before the yolk cooks.
  • Salt and pepper the flipped side now and wait for the bottom to cook. (Crispy brown toast and solid egg white but soft yolk if you like it slimy! MMMmmMMMMmmmml)
  • Enjoy yoself!

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  • tnacndn 6 years ago
    Sounds great Scoob, I will have to say the exact same thing as possumqueen and Robertg. I sure wish your Mom would let you share that garlic butter ecipe. :o)
    Gem
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    jeannej ate it and said...
    yummy!
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    " It was excellent "
    angelgal ate it and said...
    I love this and can't wait to try it with garlic butter!! ;)
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  • kingscoob 6 years ago
    Hahaha yeah I do that with the extra pieces of bread to. I love that crispy fried toast taste. I called it Scoob's bird nest cause I'm hooked on garlic butter and that's my way of altering the recipe for now. Hope you like it
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    robertg ate it and said...
    We do ours the same as possumqueen,so will have to try the garlic butter,thanks for a unique twist to a favorite breakfast...
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    possumqueen ate it and said...
    I like your style! We calls these Bullseyes - but I've never made them with garlic butter - gotta give that I try.

    We also save the hunk of bread cut from the middle - lather it up with butter and fry both sides and use it for skinny dippin in the yolk! Mmm Mmm Mmm!
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