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Fried Bread and Eggs

Fried Bread and Eggs created by Julie Bs Hive

We eat this at dinner, but it can be a breakfast item, too. We never had a name for it, so we just call it fried bread and eggs. It sounds strange to soak the bread in water, but it doesn't come out right if you don't.

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  • Soak bread in water.
  • Try to squeeze as much water out as you can.
  • Fry wet bread, diced onions, salt and pepper in olive oil until crumbly and brown. Keep turning it to avoid it burning. Use medium heat.
  • Once it's crumbly, add the eggs. Stir until eggs are completely cooked.
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"We eat this at dinner, but it can be a breakfast item, too. We never had a name for it, so we just call it fried bread and eggs. It sounds strange to soak the bread in water, but it doesn't come out right if you don't."
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  1. Julie Bs Hive
    Fried Bread and Eggs Created by Julie Bs Hive
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  2. Julie Bs Hive
    I've prepared bread like this for a Peasant Bread Salad and just love it. I fried a clove of garlic along with the onions (yum!) and served my egg on the side rather that mixed in. Good enough for me to make it two days in a row. Made for New Kids on the Block, a tag game.
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  3. mrsfrostyofne
    We eat this at dinner, but it can be a breakfast item, too. We never had a name for it, so we just call it fried bread and eggs. It sounds strange to soak the bread in water, but it doesn't come out right if you don't.
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