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    Walton's Texas Style Rump Rub Eggs In A Nest Recipe

    Walton's Texas Style Eggs In A Nest

    Learn how to make Eggs In A Nest Walton's Style, watch the video, read the highlights here, and then post your comments or questions below. Get ready to try something new and delicious for breakfast! Walton's seasoning shakers are great for a lot more than what the label says. Try shaking Texas Rump Rub on a deliciously simple breakfast like eggs in a nest! All you nee is butter, Texas Toast, Texas Rump Rub, and eggs. This is definitely one of our all time favorite breakfasts!

    Ingredients

    1 Tbsp Butter
    Texas Toast
    Eggs
    Excalibur Texas Style Rump Rub Seasoning

    Excalibur Seasoning Texas Style Rump Rub Seasoning

    Directions

    Pre-heat medium sauce pan on medium heat and melt butter. Cut a 1.5 in hold in a piece of texas toast bread and cook for 30 seconds on medium heat. Crack 1 egg into center hole of texas toast. Liberally shake on Excalibur Texas Style Rump Roast Seasoning. Cook for additional 2 minutes on low to medium heat. Flip toast and egg together and cook 2 more minutes on low to medium heat. Remove from pan and eat!

    Watch WaltonsTV: Eggs In A Nest - Texas Style Rump Rub


    Cooking Texas Style Eggs In A Nest

    Cooking Texas Style Eggs In A Nest

    Eggs In A Nest With Texas Style Rump Rub Seasoning

    Eggs In A Nest With Texas Style Rump Rub Seasoning

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