Bread (2 slices per serving) of white, whole wheat, etc. to your taste
Spray Cooking Oil
Margarine (or sweet butter)
Pre-sliced American cheese (yellow or white, 2 per serving)
Large eggs (2 per serving)
OptionaL - to taste:
(before topping with cheese)
black or white pepper
garlic and/or onion powder
(after cheese topping)
Dollop of Sour Cream
Griddle (when cooking for three or more), or non-stick frying pan
Spatula (extra wide or long, easier to flip)
Wide plastic cap from Spray cooking oil can
Wood cutting board
Preheat the griddle (if electric, set at 325 F.) or frying pan, so a drop of water will skittle across the surface (as though you were making pancakes).
Place a slice of bread on a wooden cutting board. Place the Plastic cap from Spray cooking oil can in the center of the bread, with the opening facing the bread. Gently but firmly press down on the top of the plastic cap from Spray cooking oil can, and twist it back and forth to cleanly cut the center of the bread. Doing this compresses the edges of the cut circle, and forms a better seal for the egg to drop into.
Repeat this for all the bread slices that you are going to prepare.
Place the centers off to the side, stacking them; and stack the cut bread slices.
If the cheese is covered in plastic, remove the plastic, and place the cheese slice on the removed plastic, so that it is easy to pick up and place on the bread and egg. Repeat this for all the cheese to be used, stacking them alternately plastic then cheese.