Sunny-side Up Egg Bread Using a Bread Machine

Sunny-side Up Egg Bread Using a Bread Machine

Breakfast means sunny-side up fried eggs and bread, right? So I just combined the two. I'm proud of this light and soft bread.

Ingredients: 6 rolls

Bread (strong) flour
200 g
150 g
Margarine (salted)
15 g
15 g
3 g
Dry yeast
3 g
Eggs (Medium)
Mayonnaise and ketchup
to taste


1. Warm up the milk in a microwave to body temperatur. Put all the ingredients into a bread machine, select the "dough kneading" program and switch it on. Leave it up to the machine until the 1st rising is complete.
2. When the 1st rising is done, take the dough out and round it off lightly while deflating it. Divide into 6 portions, round off each portion, cover with plastic wrap and leave to rest for 15 minutes.
3. Round off the dough again, then roll out into a thin long sausage. Form into a ring and connect the ends very securely.
4. Open up middle of the rings widely, line the rings on a kitchen parchment paper lined baking tray, and leave for the 2nd rising for 40 minutes - at 40°C if using your oven's dough-rising setting.
5. How I do the 2nd rising: I put the rolls under the kotatsu (heated table) in the winter, and leave it for 40 minutes. They occasionally get stepped on by the children so be sure to warn them. In the summer, just leave the dough in a warm place for 40 minutes.
6. When the dough has doubled in volume, break and egg into the center of each roll. Add some mayonnaise and ketchup, and bake for 13 minutes or so at 180°C to finish. Even if the eggs are very loose, they'll continue to cook and set with residual heat, so don't worry.
7. Done.
8. If you don't pinch the dough ring securely, it will open up and the egg will run out.

Story Behind this Recipe

I made these for breakfast.