Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins
I first came across this about 45 yrs ago in some woman's magazine. It was listed as a sort of "poor man's" Eggs Benedict, and included a sauce to top all. The amounts you use are dependent on your pesonal taste and how many people you are feeding. However, I was too impatient to take the time to make the sauce, and just enjoyed the dish so much without it, I never bothered to try it with the sauce! Hope you enjoy it as much as I do. If you feel the need for a sauce try the one from Cookiedog's Instead of Eggs Benedict. I've added it as a note to my recipe for those times I want a quick sauce.
- 1 English muffin, sandwich size, split, toasted
- 4 1⁄4 ounces deviled ham
- 1 tablespoon mayonnaise
- 2 eggs
- I always keep a container of deviled ham mixed with mayo in the fridge.
- The proportion for the mix are up to your taste.
- I use about 1 heaping tablesoon for each 4.25 oz can of Underwood deviled ham.
- Toast the halves of one sandwich size English muffin, I use Thomas'.
- Spread deviled ham mix to cover each half. Fry 2 eggs to your taste. Soft yolks best for this.
- Put one egg on each English muffin half.
- and ENJOY!.
What a quick and delicious treat for breakfast! I love deviled ham and never would have thought to try it this way. Thanks Lee for sharing with us.