Recipes

Eggy Toast

A perfect culinary evolution, the eggy toast began as breakfast eggs, plus sliced bread prepared in a toaster, into perhaps the single most important dish in The Cocoverse.

At its simplest, eggy toast is composed of a single piece of toasted bread topped with lightly scrambled eggs.

In its modern appearance, the egg preparation has subtle complexity, to give it the proper consistency for eggy toast.

The eggs are cooked slowly, TODO.

For the standard two servings, 1.5 tablespoons of butter are melted on medium-low heat in a pan, on the stovetop.

TODO

The Princess does not like anything "creamy", so the eggs will typically be portioned in two near the end of frying, with one portion recieving a topping of cheese, either shredded parmaggiano or sliced brick cheese of some kind, and less cooking time; and one portion being flipped more and cooked through.

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Theme Song: "Eggy Toast"

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