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Alexis P’s Man in a Raft Modified from Grandma Tex

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Serves One serving | Prep Time 2 minutes | Cook Time 10 minutes


Ketchup (if wanted.)

Place a cup in the middle of the bread and press firmly and it will make a circle in the middle of the bread once you take the center out with the cup.

Put butter on the bread then place in the hot pan and cook until brown or 1 minute on each side of the bread

Crack an egg in the hole of the bread with the yolk up and make sure there is no shell in the egg. ( you may cook the bread you took out of the center with the cup and brown it after you put butter on it as you please.)

Cook for about 2 minutes on each side of the bread with the egg inside.

When you see it is cooked enough or how you like it, put in a plate and enjoy your man in a raft.

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The recipe is called Man in a raft, and contains eggs, bread, butter, salt and ketchup is optional. First, all homogeneous mixtures are butter and ketchup because that is all you can see. Next, heterogeneous mixtures are the bread and egg because on the bread you can see the crust and the white and on the egg you have the yolk and the egg white. Also, a pure substance is the salt because the salt (NaCl) is one kind of particle. In conclusion, my physical changes would be putting the salt on the egg and taking the circle out of the bread, and a chemical change would be when you cook the bread it turns brown and that is a sign of burning but you stop it before it completely burns, and when you cook the egg, it goes from a liquid to a solid.

Submitted by: "Alexis P"

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