The owner and chef of LA-based eatery EggSlut uses Hawaiian sweet bread to elevate the classic breakfast sandwich. This gourmet-styled morning meal is prepared with cake-like bread, sriracha mayonnaise and fresh scallions.
Since many consumers desire easy meals that can be devoured on the go, this particular item boasts convenience with premium ingredients. The use of freshly chopped onion and curled scallions bring a satisfactory flavor to the dish. However, it is the fluffy cake-like Hawaiian bread that makes this sandwich both delicious and desirable. The uncommon dough brings a sweetness to the dish that is unlike that of an average egg sandwich.
After lightly toasting the sweet bun, the EggSlut recipe dresses the bread with creamy and spicy mayo, fluffy pan-made eggs and the consumer's choice of spam or pork. This recipe also eliminates the need for cheese, which brings a uniqueness to the dish that is not often seen at breakfast.