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Dr. Pramila Vishvanath

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Egg Bene Toast

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Servings: 1

Prep Time: 20-25min

    1. 2 slices of bread(bran bread, gluten-free)
    2. 2 eggs
    3. 4 slices of bacon (Turkey Bacon) [OPTIONAL]
    4. Fresh parsley for garnishing
    5. 2 tsp white / apple cider vinegar
      1. Toast the slices of bread and poach the eggs.
      2. Heat a frying pan on low to medium heat and place the bacon strips on it. Turn the bacon strips occasionally till both sides are browned.
      3. Place the toasted bread slices on a plate and top them with bacon slices. Place a poached egg on each slice and top with parsley.
      • Place a pan of water on high heat and wait for the water to boil.
      • Crack the eggs in a bowl, to avoid eggshells getting in the water.
      • When the water starts bubbling, add vinegar to it and stir the water in a circle to create a vortex in the water. This helps the egg to form a cohesive shape.
      • Add the egg to the water and cook for 3 minutes.
      • Your poached egg is ready!

Calories: 411

Fat: 31.8g

Sodium: 1361 mg

Total Carbohydrate: 14.8g     

Protein: 20.7g


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