Making Egg Frames

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today im telling you folks how to make egg frames, of course frames to make your egg look different when you eat it. hehehehehe i do hope you have fun......................

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Step 1: Getting Prepared

of course u will need bread as many as you want (it acually depends on how many your doing) like im doing two so im getting 2 pieces of bread. LIKE THESE UNDER HERE.at last but not least the eggs hehehehehe. dont forget the oil for your frying pan or something else you use. have fun

Step 2: Get Coooooking

Now that you've got everything lets get coooooking be carefull make sure you ask an adult for help

Step 3: How Does It Look

it will look really good i loved doing it you can do that for valentimes day i done it for my self and my mum she liked it i ate it hope you enjoyed it leave comment please

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    timweaver17

    6 years ago on Introduction

    oh my!!! this brings me back years to when my dad and i would make it, and he said his mom enjoyed making it too! however, for us it was a "one-eyed egg" great instructable!

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    Scott_

    10 years ago on Introduction

    HA! lol, We've been doing that sence I was 7 in my family, we just call it eggs in toast...

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    Oroka

    10 years ago on Introduction

    Never heard of it called 'Egg frames'... we call it 'Eggs in a hole' around here. I like to use ALOT of butter in the pan when I fry mine, it makes the toast very crispy and a little salty. Compliments the eggs well.

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    Alex DeeOroka

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    yer but i meant to do the egg only to look like a heart but the dam egg gor stuck to the bread not my fault. any tipps for not to get stuck

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    OrokaAlex Dee

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Ohhh, you were trying to get a heart shaped egg... removing the toast later. I don't think you could do it how you are thinking, because the egg soaks into the bread, then cooks, attaching the egg to the bread. If you just want a heart shaped egg, get some flat metal, about 1" wide, make a heart shape, put that on your frying pan, and crack the egg into there. You get your cooked egg in the shape of a heart. You might even be able to find a cookie cutter that would do the job. But, what would look nice is a heart shape cut out (using that cookie cutter), and use whole wheat, or some other kind of brown bread (pumpernickel). The brown bread would contrast nicely with the white egg.

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    Alex DeeOroka

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    i thought about using a metal aswell but i thought it would melt or something or accually burn

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    Cartermarquis

    10 years ago on Introduction

    My scout troop used to make these on camp-outs, but we called them "Toad in a hole". same concept except we would fold the break in half, take a big bit out, and unfold to make the hole. They were really good.

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    OrokaKiteman

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    We have something similar to that, it is a sausage wrapped in biscuit called 'pig in a blanket'.