I've been making Egg "Mc"muffin breakfast sandwiches for years now. My mom taught my twin sister and I how to make them when we were just wee little junior highers. ☺ My sister and I won Grand Champion at our county fair for our demonstration of making Egg O'Muffins one summer, and we were also featured on a cooking show on a local television station. I don't remember how nervous we were back then, cooking on television, but I do remember that it was fun!
Back in the day, we used tuna cans that had the bottom edge removed and smoothed so there were no sharp edges. They needed to be heavily greased before each use, or eggs would stick to them quite badly. If they weren't washed and dried quickly, they were prone to rust.
These days, I prefer to use nonstick egg rings like theseSunsella Silicone Egg Rings. They are nonstick, and easy to use. Here's how to make a beautifully round egg perfect for your next "Egg O'Muffin"! ☺
Alternative uses for egg rings:
How to use egg rings for beautiful breakfast sandwiches:
Sometimes, it's just fun to change up what we're doing in the kitchen, and my girls help keep the "fun" in the food in our home. ☺ Egg rings like these have helped change up some of our cooking and trying new things.
Got any other great ideas for "egg ring recipes"? Let me know, and I'll share them here with you all!
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