When it comes to getting a jolt of energy in the morning, nothing quite compares to the egg and toasted bread of a breakfast sandwich. Read on for six delicious takes on this dish!
This special breakfast sandwich features a homemade fig and lavender jam with egg, arugula and Havarti cheese on an English muffin.
This recipe is pretty much grilled ham and cheese with an egg and more cheese on top. Sounds so simple, but trust us when we tell you, the combination of comforting, rich flavors is anything but ordinary.
Grayson Altenberg lives in a 100 square foot NYC home but he can make this delectable egg sandwich fast on his hot plate!
This quick and easy breakfast is super inexpensive -- most of the ingredients – oil, eggs, deli meats, cheese and bagels -- are probably already in your pantry or fridge! Curtis Stone takes it to another level, however, by including a Sriracha aioli – yum!
Rach’s version of a croque madame is a perfectly elegant lunch or brunch treat. The mouthwatering sandwich is served open-face, and features toast with browned, melted cheese, a fried egg, and a rich French Mornay sauce.
This is what happened when a ham and cheese sandwich meets a fried egg and a bowl of French onion soup. This uber-comfort meal is perfect for a cold, rainy night in or a holiday brunch. First, top some peasant-style bread arranged on a baking sheet with cooked caramelized onions, sliced imported ham, béchamel sauce and gruyere cheese. Bake in the oven until brown and bubbly. Then, top with an over-easy egg. Perfection!
What’s your favorite way to make an egg sandwich? Share in the comments, and watch Grayson Altenberg make his hot plate egg sandwich below: