Eggs Poached In Tomato Sauce on Toast

I'll show you something I made with the bread I baked the other day.
I saw a version of this on a blog I follow and thought I would try it out.  Eggs poached in tomato sauce and served over toast.You can check out their recipe here:

 I sliced some of the bread and brushed it with melted butter and sprinkled it with granulated garlic and some Italian spices. Place it under the broiler until browned.

 Saute some diced garlic, thinly sliced fennel, diced onion and some hot sausage in olive oil.

 Add a couple anchovies.

 Sprinkle some Italian spices over it all.

 I had some leftover beans and greens so I added it to the sauce.

 Taste it and adjust the seasoning.  Break eggs into a small bowl and one by one, add them to the sauce (forgot the pic of this). Cover the pan with a lid and cook until the eggs are poached to your liking.

 I topped the toast with Provolone cheese and stuck it under the broiler until it melted.

 Scoop an egg out and place it on the toast.

Top it with more sauce and sprinkle it with Parmesan.  Thanks twomenandalittlefarm for a great recipe!


Dee said…
Sounds good. But most everything you fix sounds good!
Patty Woodland said…
Your sandwich bread is getting a work out!
Oh, poached eggs on toast! I just flashed back to my childhood! Of course, my Mom's weren't as fancy as yours. Only had two ingredients: (1) poached eggs and (2) toast.
audrey B said…
I just made your Candy Cane Suprise cookies from a few years back... NEW CHRISTMAS FAVORITE! I check in on your blog from time to time to see what you are cooking (in quantity no less!) or decorating. We have a lot of common interests, Halloween, gardens, cooking and feeding the hungry.
Thank you so much for sharing!
Guillaume said…
Looks hearty. Is it only me or doesn't this look like the perfect hangover cure?
Anonymous said…
This looks soo yummy!
Come to think of it I have never poached an egg myself, eaten lots of poached eggs but never done it myself :-) Perhaps I shoud try that instead of boiling them like I always do.

Have a great day!
Nellie said…
Oh, my! How delicious!
Anonymous said…
what a wonderful brunch dish, so rich and elegant!Your bread looks lovely!
I haven't eaten dinner and now I'm hungry for breakfast. Yummy!
1st Man said…
AWESOME!!! It did our hearts good today to see this. It's been dark and gloomy and rainy, sort of the way we feel inside, but to see that you made our recipe (and added some awesome touches) made us smile inside and we needed that. Thank you again, hugs across the miles.
Sandy said…

Wooohooo, I know where you got this idea from :-)

Looks good, enjoy.

1st Man is going to be happy you borrowed his recipe.
Dog Trot Farm said…
Honestly, is there anything you have not made? I think my husband is ready to move in. LOL Have a very Merry Christmas, I hope Santa Claus brings you a new oven...we all know you have been good!!!
Kay said…
Oh yum! You are such a good cook! Everything looks so wonderful and delicious!
Teacats said…
Happy Solstice! A bright, warm and sunny meal for the day! Many thanks for your hard work on this blog -- I read it every single day!
Megs said…
That looks absolutely wonderful! Hoping that the oven problems are fixed.
luckybunny said…
Delicious comfort food.