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Nigerian Egg Toast

by Mimi (@chefmimz)
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Prep Time
3min
Cook Time
2min
Total Time
5min

Nigerian Egg Toast is the perfect breakfast! It can be paired with hot chocolate, coffee, fruit juice, pap etc and it is very easy to make and pocket friendly 😉. I used a sandwich maker to prepare this.

Ingredients

1 Servings
  • 4
    slices of bread
  • Butter
  • 2
    eggs
  • pinch
    of salt
  • pinch
    of thyme leaves (optional)
  • pinch
    of pepper
  • pinch
    of seasoning cube
  • 2
    garlic cloves

How to make Nigerian Egg Toast

Prepping the eggs

  1. First of, crack eggs and pour into a clean bowl and whisk

    Step 1.1: First of, crack eggs and pour into a clean bowl and whisk
  2. Then add a pinch of salt, a pinch of pepper, a pinch of seasoning cube and garlic (preferably grated) and thyme leaves to the eggs and whisk.

    Step 1.1: Then add a pinch of salt, a pinch of pepper, a pinch of seasoning cube and garlic (preferably grated) and thyme leaves to the eggs and whisk

Prepping the bread

  1. Butter up the 4 slices of bread

    Step 2.1: Butter up the 4 slices of bread

Making the toast

  1. Preheat the sandwich maker and grease it with little butter

    Step 3.1: Preheat the sandwich maker and grease it with little butter
  2. Place one slice of buttered bread on the sandwich maker

    Step 3.1: Place one slice of buttered bread on the sandwich maker
  3. Glaze the bread with the egg mix

    Step 3.1: Glaze the bread with the egg mix
  4. Then place another slice of buttered bread on the bread. (Also glaze the buttered part of this bread before placing)

    Step 3.1: Then place another slice of buttered bread on the bread
  5. Close the sandwich maker and allow to toast for roughly 1 minute or until it looks like the photo below

    Step 3.1: Close the sandwich maker and allow to toast for roughly 1 minute or until it looks like the photo below
  6. Then flip the bread to the other side and allow to toast for another minute. (Flipping the bread is what gives it that lovely X pattern)

    Step 3.1: Then flip the bread to the other side and allow to toast for another minute
  7. Voila! The toast is ready. You can snack on it or pair it up with whatever beverage you want or with omelet or Dodo (fried plantain). Check out my page for how to fry Dodo like a pro. 😉

    Step 3.1: Voila! The toast is ready
    Step 3.2: Voila! The toast is ready
    Step 3.3: Voila! The toast is ready
    Step 3.4: Voila! The toast is ready
    Step 3.5: Voila! The toast is ready

Tips & Tricks

  1. Leaving the bread in the sandwich maker for a longer amount of time would result in it getting burnt.

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Hi, I am Mimi from Lagos Nigeria and I am passionate about food 🤤.

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