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Basically fried egg on any leftover works for this boys breakfast. The fried egg technique in Mad Hungry works like a charm to avoid a gooby, runny top and overcooked bottom. Seems like a big duh but have heard from a few folks who claim to have finally fried the perfect egg.

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  • My Love is..... December 19, 2009 at 5:50 pm

    Hi,I am a Stay at Home Aussie Mama to 2 hungry boys (even though they are 3 and 1 (years) they are already mad hungry). I just wanted to stop by and thank you for your wonderful book. I have been a fan of your segments on Martha for ages and when I heard your book had been released I ordered it for my xmas stocking. OOPS it didn't make it to xmas 😉 I devoured it cover to cover over the past weekend. You have included so much wonderful information and food for thought amongst your fantastic recipes not to mention that you have made me mad hungry while reading it!Thanx heaps for giving me a new twist on some of my old faves and for inspiring me with some mouthwatering new recipes. You have rocked our little aussie country kitchen!XX

  • LUCINDA SCALA QUINN December 19, 2009 at 7:46 pm

    Thanks: this is a beautiful post which warms my heart and makes me very happy. Thanks for writing. Enjoy your male brood madly. Love You folks down under and please stay connected. XO LSQ

  • Laurie Carl January 14, 2012 at 7:49 pm

    Topping warmed up left-over rice with a fried egg looked delicious! What was the Thai sauce that you used. I just discovered your show and I am loving it.

  • Diane Conboy April 27, 2012 at 10:53 am

    Once you did an egg over rice. Sounds so simple
    but I cant seem to find it. I love the way you did
    the egg. I love that recipe and I love how you make
    it look so easy !! Thanks for making cooking fun
    again instead of a chore.

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