Pizza With A Fried Egg

Who here has ordered pizza at the end of the week because you don’t feel like cooking? I have many times! A super simple breakfast idea is frying an egg, and placing it on top of a warmed up slice of pizza. It’s so delicious.

All you need is cold pizza, an egg, and maybe a splash of hot sauce if you like it spicy. Just warm up the pizza in the microwave until desired warmth, and fry the egg in a pan. You want the whites to be fully cooked, but the yolk to be runny. The yolk will add character and creaminess to your left-over pizza. Once the egg is completely cooked, place it on top of the slice of pizza. I sprinkle pepper, salt, and hot sauce on top of it to give it a nice little kick.

This is such an easy treat that you guys are gonna make it over and over again. I hope you enjoy your reinvented left-over pizza.

Last but not least, a great wine to pair with this dish would be a Pinot Noir. The flavors of the pizza and the mellow notes of the wine will make your mouth sing. Enjoy!

If you guys have any questions about cooking or wine pairings, just give me a shout out! I’m always here to help, and make you guys super comfortable in the kitchen.

Your Winey Chef,

Renee Morgan

(P.S. It doesn’t matter what kind of pizza is used in this recipe. I always order pepperoni and spicy sausage. And it’s perfect! Anything will work.)

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Hi! I’m Renee, aka “Winey Chef”, I enjoy sharing my love of food, drink, and healthy lifestyle choices for the every day gal. I am an Air Force military spouse trying to find my way through this crazy life, but also taking time to stop and enjoy this bizarre journey. Welcome to my table! Sit down and let’s chat over a glass of wine.

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