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flying egg muffin

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Serves 1 | Prep Time 10-15 | Cook Time 10-10


-about 2 tablespoons butter
-about 3 eggs per muffin
-seasoning (salt, pepper, oregano, rosemary, and basil)
-English muffin or Bagel(I prefer bagel)
-lunch meat cut in pieces
-shredded cheese
-Anything else such as onions, tomatoes, peppers, etc.

-Heat frying pan and add butter

-In a small cereal bowl, add eggs and beat with a fork. Add seasoning and beat again.

-Meanwhile, your butter should be melted. If it is, then add your egg/seasoning batter at medium heat.

-While your eggs are cooking, chop up your ingredients.

-Using a spatula, lift up a corner of the egg and let the uncooked part run underneath.

-Once the egg isn't so watery on the top, flip it over. Cook for a couple of minutes more.

-Add your cheese and other ingredients to one half of your egg.

-Flip the other side over, like an omelet and serve on an English muffin or a bagel

-Eat it!

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I actually named this muffin of pride flying egg muffin because the egg sticks out the side and I think it looks like wings (until you eat it off, that is! Mmmm, eating one right now!).

I got the idea from the egg McMuffin from McDonald's, except mine's better! Ha ha ha!

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