flapjack egg sandwich plated

Spanish Flapjack Egg Sandwich

Prep Time

5

Cook Time

10

Serving Yield

1

Slapjack… Flapjack… Whatever you want to call it, this style of egg sandwich featuring our Free-Range eggs (although you can use any Farmers Hen House eggs – pasture-raised or free-range) is not only delicious, but also versatile in ingredients and quick and easy to make.  Just need a decent spatula and a smooth technique to get that flapjack flip just right (check out video below!).

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Ingredients

flapjack egg sandwich

2 Farmers Hen House eggs

2 slices of bakery sour dough bread

4 slices of manchego cheese

2 pieces of jamon serrano or prosciutto

10-15 thin slices of red onion

Small handful of fresh spinach

Butter

Olive Oil

Salt and Pepper

Directions

Step 1

In a sauté pan, add 1 tbsp. of butter and sauté red onions until just softened. Remove and set aside.

Step 2

Whisk two eggs in a bowl.

Step 3

In a separate skillet (cast iron works great), melt 1 tbsp of butter

Step 4

Add the eggs and a pinch of salt and pepper, and lightly swirl it around the skillet until it forms a round shape. Allow the egg to slightly cook around the edges.

Flapjack egg sandwich

Step 5

While the center of the egg is still wet, lay two pieces of bread back-to-back on the bottom sides and drizzle with olive oil.

Flapjack egg sandwich

Step 6

Gently release the eggs from the edges of the pan. Once the egg edges are set, flip the egg and bread as one unit so the bread lays on the pan-side.

Step 7

Lay cheese, jamon, spinach, and red onion on top of the egg.

Flapjack Egg Sandwich

Step 8

Fold the bread over and continue cooking the bread on the pan until it’s golden brown. Repeat for both sides of the bread.

flapjack egg sandwich