For Christmas 2010, I recieved "The Star Wars Cookbook" I and II from my brother. With recipes like "Wookiee Cookies," "Tie Fighter Ties," and "Darth Malts," it immediately got my imagination going. I looked forward to trying all of the awesome recipes. It was then suggested to me that I do a blog as I cooked my way through the book. I loved the idea so that's what I am doing. I am just an average cook but I figure this might be fun. I hope you enjoy it as much as I will.
Sunday, January 30, 2011
Recipe Four: Twin Sun Toast
For the blog this week I made Twin Sun Toast. I don't know why but, I had been looking forward to making this. I was not disappointed. I rate it at youngling level.
First, like always, start with the ingredients:
Get a piece of the sourdough bread,
then cut two wholes in the bread.
Melt the butter in the pan
and place the holey bread in the pan and break two eggs into the holes.
After it fries awhile, flip it over
Let if fry a little longer on that side. I wasn't getting the yellow for the suns so I broke the yokes. The book didn't tell me to do it but I wanted the suns to actually be yellow.
After I broke the yokes I flipped them over and cooked them some more.
Here is the final result.
Well, this was a great recipe! It tasted great and was extremely easy. I give it:
Next weeks recipe is Mos Eisley Morsels. Until next time: May the Force be with you