Mcdonald's egg mcmuffin
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Mcdonald's egg mcmuffin
Last updated 6/12/2012 12:57:26 AM. Recipe ID 19984. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Mcdonald's egg mcmuffin
 Categories: Eggs
      Yield: 1 Servings
           "You will need an empty
           -clean can with the same
           -diameter as
           An English muffin.  A 6 1/2
           -oz. tuna can works best."
      1 ea English muffin
      1 sl Canadian bacon
      1 ea Egg
      1 sl American cheese
  Split the English muffin and brown each face in a hot pan. Set aside.
  Keep the pan on medium heat. In a frying pan of boiling water, cook
  the Canadian bacon for 10 minutes. Grease the inside of the (tuna)
  can with shortening or coat with a nonstick spary. Place the greased
  can in the hot pan over medium heat and crack the egg into the
  center. Break the yolk and lightly salt the egg. When the surface of
  the egg begins to firm, cut around the inside of the can with a
  butter knife to free the edges. Pull the can off the egg; turn the
  egg over and cook for 1 minute more. Build the sandwich in the
  following stacking order from the bottom up: Bottom English muffin
  American cheese egg Canadian bacon Top English muffin Microwave for
  15 to 20 seconds on high for uniform heating, if desired. Note: I'm
  sure you are to remove both the top and bottom of the tuna can with a
  can opener, leaving the sides only and clean the remaining can. I
  just mention this because I don't think the recipe really makes that
  clear. - Debbie Carlson Makes:  1 sandwich From: "Top Secret Recipes"
  Cookbook Posted 

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Recipe ID 19984 (Apr 03, 2005)

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