Breakfast. I’m sure we’ve all heard how breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Because of this, I have forced myself before to get up early, prepare myself a meal and take my breakfast before all the stress of the world consume me. Now, eating breakfast doesn’t feel like a chore to me. I now enjoy waking up early to enjoy the quiet first hours of the morning to enjoy eggs, pancakes, bread, bacon and coffee. I enjoy not hurrying up and taking my sweet time to prepare before my battles for the day begin. I am just so glad and lucky that John shares the same virtue with me. He also enjoys having breakfast and feels incomplete when we go to work without eating first.
Aside from the sweet feeling of eating one’s breakfast, I also love breakfast food in general! I am a sucker for restaurants which serve all-day breakfast! And since we’re reporting in graveyard shift, we usually eat our breakfast during night, when most people are eating their dinners. One of those night breakfast that we’ve enjoyed lately, is this. I was asking John about the recipe’s name but he doesn’t have anything to call it. It isn’t Eggs Benedict since the egg wasn’t poached. It isn’t an ordinary bread with spread either. But it does have an egg, baked inside bread bowls and I thought that hey, it looks like a Nest!
- 1 can Spam, sliced and fried
- 8 medium Eggs
- 8 pcs Bread
- 1/8 cup Chopped Parsley
- 1/4 cup Cheddar cheese, grated
- Preheat oven to 350F. Slice off top of each bread and remove some bread until hole is large enough for an egg. Arrange in a baking sheet.
- Line bread with sliced spam, then crack an egg into each. Season with salt, then sprinkle grated cheese. Top with parsley.
- Bake until eggs are set, about 15-20mins. Serve warm and enjoy.