Writing this down so I don't forget.......1 min 10 sec on 70% power.....nothing like having CRS....LOL....Came out perfect. I rarely eat breakfast, and I should....this was fast and little mess. Thank you so much for a great recipe!
I wanted to love this - I eat poached eggs a couple of times a week and would have loved having a short-cut. While the egg is almost cooked perfectly (every microwave and egg is different, you have to fiddle a little with the time to get it to your liking, which makes perfect sense to me), the bread got kind of soggy and chewy. I tried a couple of different whole grain breads, with the same results.
My class and I laughed out loud reading the comments and looking at the photo's..... thank you for the entertainment. This is, just egg in a Microwave!!!!<br/>Cooked it with my cookery class and they all felt that the toast was an issue, but the egg was lovely. We are now off to look for more ridiculous recipes.....
So simple yet so delicious!<br/>I didn't flatten the middle quite enough so the presentation wasn't the best because the egg white went everywhere, but it tasted so good anyway. Will definitely be trying this again.
As a mum with four kids who has a severe egg allergy, I need recieps that require little cooking and touching of the actual egg - this is great! Thanks for posting ( and the occasional hot breakfast for my babies). Such a pity I can't eat them though....
For the egg I would give a five but the cooking process in the microwave turns the toast to being rubbery not at all crisp, would consider doing this recipe again by greasing a plate and cracking the egg onto it and microwaving it and then puting it onto the CRISP buttered toast which could be cooking while the egg is cooking. Thank you Trisha W for a great quick breakfast idea, made for Name that Ingredient and tag game.
Simply Great....Thanks Trisha for Sharing
I made this for my son and I for breakfast. I have to agree with others that the egg is good but my bread was too chewy. We ate the middle of the bread and left the crust as it was a bit hard to chew. You do need to play with the times for your microwave. My first egg was a bit harder then the second.
I really wanted this to work for me, but I've made several attempts, playing around with the microwave, and the yolk is never liquid enough and the white is usually not solid enough all around. I may continue to fiddle with it (and will post again if I have success)because it would make poached eggs so fast and easy.
I love that I can make such a speedy breakfast.