A clever home cook has revealed her recipe for the most mouthwatering egg sandwiches ever – and they are super easy to make at home.
Danielle, from Newcastle, Australia posted the simple recipe on Facebook on Tuesday and it has caught the attention of thousands of home cooks.
The egg sandwich can be cooked in an oven or airfryer, but the young woman cooked hers in a camp oven.
A clever home cook has revealed her recipe for the most mouthwatering egg sandwiches ever – and they are super easy to make at home
Danielle, from Newcastle, Australia posted the simple recipe on Facebook on Tuesday and it has caught the attention of thousands of home cooks
The egg sandwich can be cooked in an oven or airfryer, but the young woman cooked hers in a camp oven
She simply whisked four eggs together with some diced bacon, cheese and chives and a splash of milk.
She the cut the middle out of four foot-long baguettes, replacing the bread with the egg and bacon mix.
Then it was just a matter of waiting them to cook over the campfire.
It should take about 15 minutes in the oven, according to helpful comments.
‘Was delish, next time I’m gonna do a sweet chilli, cheese and bacon one,’ she said.
The simple recipe had attracted more than 1500 shares and 2500 comments and 5000 reactions by Friday afternoon.
She simply whisked four eggs together with some diced bacon, cheese and chives and a splash of milk
It should take about 15 minutes in the oven, according to helpful comments
‘Yum, I will try this sometime this week, it will be -1C in the Grampians where I am tonight,’ one happy camper said.
‘I want to try this, now all I need is bacon, eggs and cheese,’ one person laughed.
And others had helpful recipe adjustments.
‘Works well with a scooped out zucchini,’ one man said.
How can I make a baked egg sandwich?
This works with anything you would normally put into an omelette, so can be changed to suit taste.
Mix together the chives, eggs, cheese and bacon. Take the middle out of the baguette, so it is like a nest or bowl.
Pour the egg mixture inside.
Put in a hot oven for 15 minutes or until cooked. This can be cooked in an airfryer or in a camp oven as well.
‘I do this, with garlic butter on the bread then add spaghetti bolognese and cheese,’ said another.
Most people were impressed with how easy the recipe seemed to be.
Campfire recipes are becoming hugely popular on social media as more people tackle the great outdoors and explore Australia.
Recently a pull apart damper recipe went viral.
The Queensland mum showed off a video of the cheese-loaded damper on a camp oven recipe page on Facebook
The Queensland mum showed off a video of the cheese-loaded damper on a camp oven recipe page on Facebook.
And fellow campers were impressed – with the post attracting hundreds of comments and reactions when it was posted on Sunday.
‘Made a cheese, bacon and garlic pull apart damper on the weekend,’ she said – posting the picture and video to show off the delicious snack.
The home cook who told Daily Mail Australia she cooks with her heart later shared a recipe for the dish – but warned it is up to each person to tweak as she doesn’t usually go by measurements herself.
But the important components of the recipe include self raising flour, one can of Great Northern beer, bacon, cheese and garlic butter.
The mum then cooked the bread over hot coals for about 40 minutes.
The video shows melted cheese oozing over pieces of bacon as the mum pulls apart the steaming hot bread.
And campers couldn’t contain their excitement, asking for the recipe and tips to make it on their own.
How can I make a cheese, bacon and garlic pull apart?
Three cups of self raising flour
A can of Great Northern beer
Mixed Italian herbs
Combine the beer, flour and salt to make a dough then mix through a generous amount of bacon and cheese.
Line the camp oven with baking paper, grease this with garlic butter.
Roll the dough into balls and put in the bottom of the oven, letting the balls stick together.
Brush the garlic butter over the top of the bread balls and then top with cheese and bacon.
Cook on coals, with coals on the lid as well for 30-40 minutes.