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The Lazy Girl Tries To Cook: One-Eyed Sandwiches

For the past month, I developed this habit of cooking preparing easy-to-make breakfast meals at home. I don't really get to eat decent breakfast on weekdays because of my different working schedule.

Saturdays are spent sleeping which somehow corrects my body clock during weekends and I end up waking super early during Mondays. So I thought of whipping up a different kind of breakfast for me and my folks!

These are just very simple breakfast recipes I found online that I wanted to share with everyone who comes across my blog. And when I say simple, you can bet your life on it that it's no fuss and a piece of cake. :)

Found this recipe in the website Food52 and decided to give it a try since it's really easy and the ingredients are readily found at home.

Here's the original recipe from Food52 though I made some modifications on my own:

Since I do not have a biscuit cutter or any kind of mold, I used the suggested alternative: a shot glass. I also cut the circle in the middle of the bread before toasting it because I was afraid that I may not achieve a perfect circle when the bread's already toasty and crumbly.

Before cracking the eggs on the holes, I added some shredded cheese for an extra oomph in flavor. I also found a 5-spices powder floating around our kitchen so I sprinkled a dash of it on top of the sandwiches.

Serve with your favorite fruit, and a glass of milk or a cup of coffee, if you prefer.

I also read here that is one of the best Sunday morning meals for hangovers. Hahaha. This recipe is too easy, you can make it while you're still drunk!

Enjoy! :)