I know a lot of people who cannot fry eggs. For instance, a perfect sunny-side up: how do you make one without burning the edges or breaking the yolk. So here’s what I’ve been thinking — what if I create a few series devoted to our favorite ingredient? I love eggs whichever way they’re prepared. I have to say that they’re one of the most versatile and most important ingredients in cooking and baking. Let me know what you think.
Below is a basic egg sandwich recipe. Some people prefer to add onions or pickles or lettuce. Include them on the list of ingredients if you wish. Spice it up with some chili and garlic powder. Spread it on any type bread or crackers. It’s all up to you! But I like mine simple. Check out the recipe below:
You will need:
- 6 eggs
- water for boiling
- 1 cup mayonnaise
- salt and pepper to taste
- 1 pack loaf of bread
How to prepare:
- In a medium-sized sauce pan, place the eggs and water. Make sure the eggs are submerged in the water. Bring it to a boil. Cook the eggs until it's hard, about 15 minutes after the water starts to boil.
- Turn off the heat. Using a perforated ladle, remove the eggs from the water carefully. Immediately place the eggs in cold water (preferably iced). This will not only allow the eggs to cool down faster, it will also shock the eggs which makes it much easier to peel off the shells.
- After peeling, finely chop the eggs or use an egg slicer if you have one. Place in a bowl. Add mayonnaise, salt, and pepper. Mix properly.
- Spread the mixture on a slice of bread.