Beans on Toast With Egg
Prep:5 m
Cook:15 m
Total:20 m
Servings:1
Cuisine:British 🇬🇧
Course:Breakfast

Beans on Toast With Egg

Evelina

  

Not going to lie – when I first heard about beans on toast, I was thoroughly disgusted. I’m not a bread person, so I only use toast as a sandwich base. I don’t have bread as a side to a soup, salad, or whatever. That’s ridiculous. Unless you have incredibly good bread. It’s ok in that case.

If there are beans in a dish, they basically do the bread’s job for me. So these two things together just sound weird to me. Somehow I remembered this British bitch who was very unhappy about my wish for a salad for breakfast. “Is that a Lithuanian thing?” Seriously, I asked for some veggies to go with my eggs, and she’s amazed because she’s never heard of such a thing in her life. Has she never visited a buffet-style cafe? British love those when going abroad. And these buffets certainly have plenty of veggies.

Either way, I still decided to taste that monstrosity. And I must admit, it wasn’t too bad. I put an egg on top, too. While it’s not necessary, I like it very much.

Ingredients:

  • 13 of Heinz Baked Beans can;
  • 1 egg;
  • 1 slice of toast;
  • butter.

Steps:

  1. Heat the beans in a pan. For how long? I don’t know – until it’s warm. Stir occasionally.
  2. Toast and butter your bread. You can also add some butter to your beans. I did and liked it.
  3. While the bread and beans are cooking, fry or poach an egg.
  4. Put your toast on a plate and top it generously with beans. Then add the egg. If you think this is crazy, I’m just going to remind you that the Brits eat spaghetti on toast, too. Straight from a Heinz can.

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