Egg in the basket

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Making eggs in the basket.
Two eggs in the basket in a frying pan, before being turned over.
Fully cooked egg in the basket.

Egg in the basket refers to a chicken's egg fried in a hole of a slice of bread. It is a common comfort food, and is also known by a large number of alternative names, examples being "moon egg"[1] , "cowboy egg" ,"egg-in-the-hole"[2] ,"one-eyed monster breakfast" and "One-eyed Jack".[3] In some places it is known as "toad in the hole", not to be confused with the British sausage dish of the same name.

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