|Two to three medium eggs|
|Two slices white bread|
|Two tablespoons milk|
|Three tablespoons olive oil|
|Teaspoon of butter|
|Salt and pepper to taste|
There's not much to be said about eggy bread other than it is a delicious treat and it's quick to prepare and cook! If you have children then you may prefer our eggy bread recipe for children.
But one glance at the comments left at the end of this page shows that most people are personalising the recipe by adding one or two other ingredients. Ham or crispy bacon are very popular. Some more unusual ingredients are also suggested including jam or marmalade. So, do give this recipe a try and add one or two of your own favourite ingredients.
Recipe by David Marks.
First, put the frying pan on a medium heat, add the olive oil and butter. Leave that to heat up while preparing the eggy bread.
Break the eggs into a container, add milk then salt and pepper to taste. Lightly whisk the egg mixture with a fork to mix the egg whites and yolks.
We can also recommend eggy bread served cold. Simply put a slice in the fridge and eat it the next day - delicious for breakfast!