Looking for a quick, simple, but ridiculously delicious breakfast? Look no farther than this. You should have almost all of this on hand (especially if you buy your panko in bulk like I do), and even if you don’t, there’s lots of substitutions that can be made.  The result is amazing. As in, why the hell didn’t I think of this sooner. (Please note that the dark stuff on the final picture is reduced balsamic vinegar, not burned crumbs, lol.)

Fried Eggs and Panko
Makes single serving

Ingredients

  • ~2 T olive oil
  • Handful of panko (substitute normal bread crumbs if you don’t have panko, but trust me, you want the panko)
  • pinch sea salt
  • pinch red pepper flakes
  • 2 eggs
  • dash balsamic vinegar (if you don’t have it, you can substitute red wine or sherry vinegars)
  • pinch sumac (substitute fresh ground pepper if you don’t have any)

Take 1 T of olive oil, and heat it in a small pan over medium heat. When heated, add a handful of panko along with the sea salt and red pepper flakes and stir to toast lightly, getting them to a nice golden brown (see pic 1).  Remove to a small container.

Bring the pan back to the heat, add your other T of olive oil, and crack your eggs, frying till desired doneness (I like mine sunny side up, with the yolk still loose). Remove to plate, and sprinkle the fried panko over them.

Bring pan back to the heat, and then pour your dash of balsamic, and sprinkle your pinch of sumac in. Swirl for a few seconds to warm it, drizzle it over the eggs and panko, and enjoy your insanely delicious breakfast.

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