Andreas Fault Bagel Sandwich

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 5 mins

This is a copycat of a bagel breakfast sandwich served at a local bagel shop in California called The Bagel Bakery.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Split bagel in half and toast lightly.
  2. Meanwhile, scramble eggs and cook in a small frying pan sprayed with nonstick cooking spray until done, trying to keep the eggs in one large piece (like for an omelette).
  3. Butter bagel if desired and place cooked egg on top of one half.
  4. Top with a sprinkling of cheese, a slice of red onion, some avocado slices, and the sun-dried tomatoes; top with bacon strips and alfalfa sprouts if desired.
  5. Season to taste with some salt and pepper.
  6. Place remaining bagel half on top and cut into two halves.
  7. Serve warm.


Most Helpful

I am having a seizure of happiness (probably because my shorts are too tight) from eating this bagel sandwich. I love to go out the bagel shops and buy the sandwiches, but now I can make my own. I used swiss cheese and left out the bean sprouts & I loved the combo of tastes. I bought a variety of meats and cheeses to try on the sandwich, so I can eat them morning, noon, and night!

Dawn October 02, 2002

I made this sandwich for supper and I was glad I did this sandwich was huge. I made ours on a whole wheat bagel. Next time I will use fresh tomatoes instead of the sun-dried. It was very tasty and easy to make. Thanks Heather Feather

bullwinkle January 17, 2005

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