One Pan Dukkah Baked Egg Buns

Welcome to the Brunch Club. I am so glad we are on the same team. Brunch is definitely a hero in our house and it's a meal we like to share together while sitting around the table on our back deck surrounded by native trees. But the real hero is this one pan situation; this recipe is performed in one pan and it's the real workhorse. This dish is beautifully simple and begins with red onion, kale, spinach and silver beet sautéed in the pan on medium heat in a generous knob of salty butter. Open bread rolls filled with freshly cracked eggs are fitted snugly in between and baked in the oven until just set. The final hurrah is the dukkah toasted bread crumbs (using the left over tops of the bread rolls) and feta sprinkled generously all over the top for that essential brunch crunch. It truly is the most perfectly delicious sharable meal. 

 

One Pan Dukkah Baked Egg Buns One Pan Dukkah Baked Egg Buns

 

What will you love most about this recipe?

  • It's incredible easy to make and only requires a few ingredients, which you'll mostly likely have in the pantry and fridge already.
  • You can use any green vegetables you have available in the fridge; green capsicum, broccolini and spring onion would also be just as lovely, or a lovely addition to this recipe. 
  • This dish is hearty, addictive and simple to put together.
  • If you don't have feta, swap it out for goat cheese, mozzarella or even cheddar! But I think feta adds a bit of extra salty flavour that's always welcome in my humble opinion.

 

One Pan Dukkah Baked Egg Buns One Pan Dukkah Baked Egg Buns

 

If you love eggs for breakfasting brunch as much as I do, this recipe has your name on it. The fresh sautéed greens, chewy bread and soft eggs is melt in your mouth goodness. But this recipe truly sings and stands out with the dukkah toasted bread crumbs (using the left over tops of the bread rolls) and feta sprinkled on top. Originally I was just going to sprinkle dukkah and feta on top, but I didn't want to waste the tops of the bread rolls, so I toasted them in the oven with a generous dollop of garlic infused olive oil, crushed them in my fingertips when they cooled down, and tossed them in a bowl with the dukkah and crumbed feta. This extra spicy creamy crunch took this brunch from good to bloody great! It's so much better than I expected and serves as an extra special touch that makes these baked eggs oh so special.

 

One Pan Dukkah Baked Egg Buns One Pan Dukkah Baked Egg Buns

 

I hope I have inspired you to make this for brunch on the weekend! If you love my recipe (fingers crossed), I would love you to leave a 5 star rating below. And did you know? You can also stay in touch with me by following along on Instagram and Pinterest.

 

One Pan Dukkah Baked Egg Buns One Pan Dukkah Baked Egg Buns

 

 

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