I really thought I was going to love these, as I'm a catsup on my eggs girl. I could only eat one and that was without the soggy toast. Sorry, but these were just way too catsupy (something I never thought I'd say) for my tastes.
Well I don't have a hangover, but for the first time in a long time I am alone on Christmas morning..... So I wanted to make myself a fun breakfast before going to veg out in front of the tv for the day. This dish was great - better than any diner breakfast! I added a few dashes of hot sauce, and it was perfect. I can't wait to make it again when I do have a hangover......which may be tomorrow. :-) Happy Eating Everyone!
These are delicious eggs! They made a lovely treat of a breakfast. I made some for myself and for my mom, and we both really enjoyed the outcome. They had a good tangy flavor. I used apple cider vinegar and liked the result. I cooked mine for 5 minutes because my mom likes her eggs more firm. I will definitely make these again. Thanks for the great recipe!
If you close your eyes you would swear you're eating a grilled cheese sandwich alongside a nice bowl of tomato bisque. Just as easy, too! Added Franks x-hot to the sauce. Excellent! I have never-EVER had ketchup with my eggs before. But, since I left my A-Game at the bar last night and needed a 'fix', I gave these a try. I'm shocked at how much I liked these! And I really think it helped make the room spin slower! (LOL) This will be a go-to recipe when I need comfort food! Thanks!!
Big favorite of the kids. I'd never had poached eggs before this and found them quite tasty. We've now tried adding other stuff to the ketchup sauce, such as curry, etc. and the kids have liked it every time. We like ours with a bit more sauce though so I usually double the amount of ketchup. Also, I've found that I need to cook it slightly longer than three minutes, usually about five, or they complain that their eggs are slimy. And this from kids who like their yolks running for their lives and the whites perfectly cooked. Their favorite way to eat it is on fresh bread (not always toasted but often) with a slice of cheese going all melted and gooey on it. They ask for this at least once a month, usually once a week and it's now earned a place in "THE" cookbook. You know, the one full of recipes that the whole family likes, full of notes, and is usually passed down. :D
I HAD to try these, mostly due to the pictures. LOL! Added a couple ot tablespoons of salsa to kick them up a bit. Delicious. Not sure I could handle these on a hangover morning though.
3 minutes and a splash of Frank's hot sauce - awesome!
I love ketchup and I love eggs! Skipped the cheese and toast, and just went for the yummy ketchupy sauce over the poached eggs. Heavenly!
This recipe is surprisingly delicious - I say surprisingly because to imagine eggs poached in catsup really boggles ones mind - but, I thought, can Bill be wrong? Well yes, but not this time. They are very tasty. The vinegar is just right to balance the flavor- Served with a grilled onion medly. Thanks Bill it was a lovely SCunday brunch
I liked these very much. I also added a chopped green onion atop the melted cheese. I will definitely make these again.