Brunch: Egg-In-A-Roll

The other day I had a go at The Simple Things 'Baked Eggs In Crusty Bread With Pancetta' (but instead of Pancetta I used sausages) It was really really yummy, and so easy to do! I will admit it took me to the second time round to get it right and I need to get the time and heat ratio right still, but once I nail this baby I'll be eating this pretty much every day! I used the fresh farm eggs that I bought the other day and boy were they amazing! I've only had fresh eggs a handful of times and each time I'm amazed at the difference in flavor. I shall definitely be buying fresh eggs more often, they're definitely worth it!

(Taken and adapted from The Simple Things magazine, issue 2)
You will need: 2 sausages, A crusty roll, A smidgen of butter, 1 or 2 eggs.

The How To: 1. Pre-heat the oven to 190 2. Cut the top off the crusty roll and hollow out, removing the bready innards. 3. Melt some butter and then spread around the inside of the roll. 4. Crack an egg into the hole. Judge whether you can fit the second in (I found out the hard way I couldn't!) 5. Pop on a baking tray and stick it in the oven for around 20 minutes, or until the egg whites have gone white. 6. Stick the sausages under the grill, on the pan or what ever way you enjoy them best. 7. When the sausages and egg are done serve on a plate with a nice bit of side salad and enjoy!

Variations: Add ham and cheese/cheese and mushroom before the egg. I cant wait to try ham and mushrooms!

1 comment:

  1. That looks tasty...if I was a baker or cook in any way or form I would try it out...might have to anyways.



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