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Croissant Sandwich with Egg

Croissant Sandwich with Egg

“Owning a bakery I often have a few extra croissants at the end of the day and I wanted to find ways to use them.
The idea of a flakey, buttery croissant breakfast sandwich made me want to try different things.”

—Amanda Michael
Founder and Owner of Jane the Bakery

Amanda shares another personal recipe with BALMUDA: a croissant sandwich with egg. “The simple eggs with the croissant are a perfect combination. A little fluffy and flavorful combined with the crispy toasted croissant! Perfect.”

Recipe by

Amanda Michael

Founder and Owner of Jane the Bakery

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Ingredients

Serves 2

2 croissants
4 large eggs
4 tablespoons, crème fraîche
2 tablespoons, chives
2 pinches, salt
Pepper
0.7 oz butter

 

pastry mode 4min

Directions

Ready in 20 min

  • Chop the chives finely.
  • Slice the croissants in half horizontally. Place in the toaster with the cut surface facing down and toast for 4 minutes on pastry mode. Make sure each croissant has ample space in the toaster—you may need to do two rounds of toasting, once for each croissant. 
  • Crack eggs into a bowl one by one and whisk with crème fraîche until combined. Add chives, salt, and pepper.
  • Melt butter in a frying pan, pour in the egg combination, and scramble lightly with a fork until desired consistency.
  • Fold the eggs into an omelet.
  • Place the eggs on the bottom half of the croissants and top with the other half.

Amanda Michael

Founder and Owner of Jane the Bakery

Amanda is a San Francisco native and the owner and founder of the Jane cafes and bakery in San Francisco. Her mission is to serve healthy and delicious fresh baked goods, coffee drinks, breakfast and lunch. The food is always ingredient driven and flavor forward. She works with local farmers and millers to source unique grains and produce that are a big part of all she makes. Her baked goods are considered among the finest in the Bay Area. Amanda spends her days going between the cafes, creating new dishes and interacting with staff and customers. When she comes home at night she cooks for her family – working on new ideas to bring to work.

Jane the Bakery https://www.itsjane.com/

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