My daughter really likes this sandwich. She usually has 2 at a time. The mustard used in this recipe can only be found in Ontario, Canada as far as I know. So some Canadians will know it. You can substitute though. Just don't use the regular kind unless you want to of course.
- Crack the egg in a lightly buttered frying pan on medium heat.
- Break the yolk and cook on one side then flip and fry on the other side.
- Salt and pepper to taste.
- Turn off heat.
- Place the slice of cheese on top and melt slightly.
- Meanwhile toast the bun as you like.
- Spread the mustard on one or both sides of the bun and place the egg between them.
- Makes a nice snack or light lunch with some raw veggies or salad on the side.
This has been a favorite for years at my house!
Great egg sandwich! Quick and easy and the honey mustard is a nice touch. I did used whole wheat bread as that's what I had on hand. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Fried egg sandwiches are a favorite. My grandmother introduced me to them as a child. Perfect for breakfast or when you have late-night munchies. Always put mustard on our egg sandwiches, but the cheese was something new to us. Love, love, love it. Thanks. Made for Everyday is a Holiday Tag.