The fried egg sandwich is one of those foods that is fast and easy to make when you can’t figure out what to eat for lunch or dinner, or you are just looking for that comfort food.
My basic fried egg sandwich, is probably a bit different than the norm, but it can be easily tweaked to your own tastes.
The ingredients I use for one sandwich is, two eggs, white bread (untoasted), mayonaise, butter, provolone cheese and some Jane’s Krazy Mixed-Up Salt.
In a pan, over medium heat, add a tablespoon of butter.
Once the pan is good and hot, add your two eggs, and season with Jane’s Krazy Mixed-Up Salt to taste.
Break the yolks and spread gently through the egg. While the eggs are cooking, spread mayonnaise on one piece of bread, and butter on the other.
Once turned, place the cheese on one of the eggs. When you remove, take the egg with the cheese off first, and place the second egg on top of the cheese portion of the first egg.
Cut on a diagonal and enjoy. They are so good, you’ll probably end up making a second one.
Here are a few ideas to help you customize to suit your own needs:
- Toast the bread
- Use whole wheat or rye instead of white bread
- Change cheese type to american, colby, etc.
- Don’t break yolks, but you probably will want toasted bread
- Add ketchup