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Breakfast Sausage and Egg

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© 2023 |

This is a delicious and fun breakfast or lunch recipe with eggs and sausages. It's very much like Egg in a Hole - an egg fried in a hole in a slice of bread, but here we use sausage instead of bread. Sprinkle the top with cheese and seasoning of your choice and cook the egg to your liking.

  • 3 Sausages (I used frankfurters)
  • 3 Eggs
  • 1 tbsp Butter or olive oil
  • Freshly grated Parmesan, optional
  • Chilli flakes
  • Flat parsley, chopped
  • Black seeds / Nigella sativa
  1. With a small, sharp knife, make a cut in each sausage lengthwise, leaving two ends intact. Crack 3 eggs in 3 small bowls.
  2. Melt the butter in a large skillet. Place the sausages in the pan and cook until slightly browned on both sides.
  3. Stretch the sausage open with a pair of chopsticks and pour one egg in each hole. Sprinkle some grated Parmesan, if using, chilli flakes, chopped parsley and black seeds over. Cook egg to your liking. You can also beaten the egg, then pour the mixture into the hole.
  4. Serve the eggs and sausages with your favourite side for breakfast or lunch!

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babYpose 9/5/23 23:35

Wow first time I see stuffed sausage. Looks delicious. Brilliant idea. Like to try it too.

Brian 10/5/23 00:43

Yum, that sure looks great!

Anonymous 10/5/23 01:13

Another fine looking dish!

I never lose my appetite, when I visit your site!

Raymund 10/5/23 01:40

I love the idea of using sausage instead of bread for Egg in a Hole. I can't wait to try this recipe for my next weekend brunch. Thank you for sharing!

J.P. Alexander 10/5/23 03:32

Gracias por la receta. Te mando un beso.

Marcelle 10/5/23 05:25

Oh wow, this is so creative, Angie!! This will be a great breakfast that's low carb and flavorful!!

David 10/5/23 05:46

Angie, This recipe is perfect for me...eggs and sausage, and I might add a bit of grated cheese too. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

Margaret D 10/5/23 07:06

That does look delicious and a good idea too.

Anne in the kitchen 10/5/23 08:01

What a wonderful idea. The whole family is going to the beach in June. I am going to do this for breakfast on morning!

Lola Martínez 10/5/23 09:56

Super buenas esas salchichas que has cocinado y también muy vistosas, con lo difícil que me parece abrirlas, poner el relleno y queden tan perfectas. Una obra de arte.

Mbul Kecil 10/5/23 10:58

Tiny but cute....i like sausage so much Angie......and filled them by that ingredients is a great idea...I'll try this recipe someday ^^

Tom 10/5/23 13:04 interesting way to have frankfurters!

DEZMOND 10/5/23 13:38

I have seen it done on Facebook before, a lovely idea, also threading pieces of wieners through a spaghetti and then cooking them together LOL I sometimes buy the veggie ones from Lidl, but they are not in the regular offer.

Bill 10/5/23 16:10

Looks absolutely delicious.

Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 10/5/23 17:57

Wow now thats a gourmet breakfast you can cook for me anytime!

foodtravelandwine 10/5/23 23:18

Great idea!!....and fun too!....I love it!........Abrazotes, Marcela

roentare 11/5/23 00:21

I would love the sausages on any time any day!

My name is Erika. 11/5/23 03:01

Now that is very clever. And it looks delicious. I don't think I've seen breakfast sausage that long before.

Veronica Lee 11/5/23 08:18

How clever!
I've never thought of stuffing sausages! Yummmm!

Hugs and blessings, Angie

Food Blogger 11/5/23 11:38

Sounds a good way to make it!

speedy70 11/5/23 13:35

Bellissima presentazione, molto invitante questa colazione!!!

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 11/5/23 15:01

Wow, what a yummy idea for breakfast! I'm keeping this in mind for our next weekend company. It's brilliant!!

G'day Souffle 11/5/23 17:00

Wow- these are so cute! They look just like Turkish 'pide'- boat-shaped pizza!

[Reply] 11/5/23 18:28

Very creative, a hot dog never looked so good!

DeniseinVA 11/5/23 20:53

An unusual recipe for me but one that sounds and looks absolutely delicious! Very pleasing to the eyes. Thanks Angie!

Rhodesia 11/5/23 22:01

What a great idea I will have to try that. Well done. Cheers Diane

Muriel 11/5/23 22:40

Voilà une recette originale et appétissante ! Belle fin de soirée

Anonymous 12/5/23 13:19

Angie, I could eat that everyday. Very clever idea. Bernadette, New Classic Recipe

tigerfish 17/5/23 18:12

Surprised that each sausage can be pry open to a hole big enough to contain an egg! It takes your skill to do it. The sausage would have broke if I were the one who prep it.

Chef Mimi 18/5/23 00:25

Wow! These are so pretty! Not sure I can be as patient in making them, though!


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