How to Make Breakfast Sandwich
- Take a large-sized nonstick pan and heat it over medium-high. Sprinkle 1 Tbsp oil.
- With its cut-side down, place your English muffin on half of the pan space. Side by side, break 2 eggs 2 eggs on the other half portion of the pan and crack the yolks using a spatula.
- Once you see that the eggs are almost cooked, dust with salt and pepper to taste, 1 tsp fresh chives, and half of the shredded cheese.
- Put toasted English muffins over the eggs cut-side-down and gently using a spatula.
- Turn over the sandwich, egg-side-up. Dispense ham over half of your sandwich and cover with more cheese. Bring the sandwich together and take away from heat.
- Although the elements for the breakfast sandwich have been basic components of breakfast meals for quite a long time in the English-speaking part of the world, it was not until the nineteenth century in the United States that people started to frequently eat sandwiches with eggs, cheddar, and meat
- What is called "breakfast sandwiches" today gradually turned out to be really popular after the Civil War. The first ever printed recipe for a "breakfast sandwich" was found in an 1897 American cookbook.