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Breakfast experiments: Rocky Mountain toast

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Rocky Mountain toast, A.K.A. bird's nest, cowboy eggs, egg-in-the-hole, eggs in a blanket, the Elephant Egg Bagel, frog in a hole, gas house eggs, moon eggs, and one-eyed monster.

Rocky Mountain toast is an amazing dish that consists of a piece of bread with a hole in the middle filled with an egg and then cooked. Its amazing not only in its simplicity, but in the speed in which it can be done and the quality and taste of the results when done right.

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Step 1: Ingredients

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Necessary ingredients:
  1. Eggs
  2. Bread
  3. Butter
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Other ingredients or garnishes:
  1. Cheese
  2. Bacon bits
  3. Honey ham
  4. Various spices
  5. Whatever you like on eggs
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Mrballeng4 years ago
I used to do the same thing with tortillas as a kid.
NeuroPulse4 years ago
What do you do with the piece of bread you cut out?
I usually fry the hole with the rest of it then stick it on top of the finished egg-in-a-blanket like a hat.
The Ideanator (author)  NeuroPulse4 years ago
Whatever you want to :D
poke a small hoke and put quail eggs?
The Ideanator (author)  beehard444 years ago
I think that bread cutout might be a bit too small for those.
NZbomber4 years ago
I think this would be great if you dipped the bread in a french toast batter first. double eggs!
vincent75204 years ago
Oh My God !……
I'll take four of these right away and triple my gym this evening. Please !!!!!!…

:D
Rob O4 years ago
Hobo Eggs!
St Jimmy4 years ago
I was using too small a glass to cut out the bread, and had trouble with the egg overflowing, so I just whisked it up and had an omelette version! Plus: you can add cheese, ham and tomato directly into it, rather than on top or halfway through the cooking process
The Ideanator (author)  St Jimmy4 years ago
You could also use a knife and cut a hole in it.
I also think the bread was too thin. BTW, what I meant when I said an omelette version solved it was that you could separate the mixture between two pieces of bread
lizzyastro4 years ago
They look good - I know what brunch will be next weekend.
The Ideanator (author)  lizzyastro4 years ago
:D Yay!
buttersnake4 years ago
This was also cooked in the movie, V for Vendetta :)
The Ideanator (author)  buttersnake4 years ago
Yes, that was my inspiration.
21GeeOff214 years ago
This is a lot like what i put on my breakfast sandwiches. Looks so good. If I didn't just eat dinner, I'd totally go make one right now.