This recipe is something a little different to serve at breakfast. They can be eaten hot or cold. Of course you can always use your own toppings.
- Cut a slice from the top of each bun reserving the tops.
- Hollow out each bun, being careful to leave a thick shell.
- Saute bacon and onion in pan; place on absorbent paper to drain off any excess oil.
- Melt the butter in a saucepan; stir in the Worcestershire sauce.
- Brush the inside of buns with the half the butter mixture.
- Carefully break an egg into each bun.
- Spoon bacon and onion mixture over eggs.
- Season eggs; top with grated cheese; replace the bun lids.
- Brush each of the bun lids with the remaining butter.
- Bake in oven at 200 degree Celsius (400 degrees Fahrenheit) for 15 minutes or until eggs have cooked.
These are really good and a perfect treat to put in DH's lunch. I cut each bacon slice in thirds and left out the onions. The eggs were soft set with a runny yolk just the way we like fried eggs! Made for AUS/NZ Make My Recipe.
Double delicious - the Worcestershire butter adds so much to the taste. First bite made this a family favorite. Thanks for sharing, made for Aussie/NZ RS#33.
Three of us have just scoffed one of these each for lunch and it was thumbs up all round. Used jumbo wholemeal rolls (or mini cobs as I call them) and melted the butter and lancanshire relish sauce (didn't have worcestershire) in the microwave, otherwise proceeded as directed. Thank you Tisme for a keeper. Made for Edition 2 - Make My Recipe - game of tag.