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Oven-Baked Eggs in a Hole with Toasted Parmesan
The childhood favorite, egg in a hole, gets a boost in flavor from the garlic clove that’s rubbed onto the bread before toasting and the Parmesan cheese that browns and crisps during cooking. For ease, we use a baking sheet in the oven rather than a skillet on the stovetop, so four servings can be made simultaneously. Be sure to choose large, sturdy sandwich bread that’s sliced about ¾ inch thick. Thinner slices won’t be deep enough to hold the cracked egg in the center cutouts. This recipe can easily be increased by half to make six servings.
slices hearty white sandwich bread (see headnote)
medium garlic clove, halved lengthwise