I'm pretty sure I'm sinning against the food blog community, but I'm really not a fan of runny egg yolks. I can eat about one or part of one and that's enough. Sometimes I can't even choke down one. I much prefer the whites to the yolk any day. In fact, I went to breakfast once and ordered scrambled egg whites. They charged me an extra dollar for that. Um, excuse me, but shouldn't it be less money because you're not giving me the entire egg?? So confusing. Anyway, I can do cooked yolk a little more than runny but I still much prefer the white. I haven't tried this minus the yolk yet, but I think that's next. I can imagine that this would be a really fun breakfast to make with or for your kids if you have them. It's something different, that's for sure.
Egg in the Hole Recipe
Makes one (multiply for how many you need)
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1 piece of white bread
1 tablespoon butter
Salt and pepper to taste
Use a round cookie cutter or the rim of a glass to cut a circle in your piece of bread. Melt the butter in a skillet over medium high heat and place the bread in the skillet. Crack the egg into the hole, sprinkle with salt and pepper, and let it cook for about a minute until it's set and you can flip it. Flip it, let it cook for about 30 seconds and then move the bread around to soak up the remaining butter. Once your yolk is how you like it, remove the bread to a plate. Place the circle of bread in the skillet, and move it around to butter it and brown it on both sides.
Source: The Pioneer Woman