BBQ’d Fried Egg Sandwich

posted in: Eye on the Sky, Gluten Free, Recipes | 6

Fried egg sandwiches are a favourite stand by for lunch in our house. And when the November weather gives you an unexpected warm spell you take advantage of it it and make bbq’d fried egg sandwiches.

Our area set a temperature record for November 7, 2020 It reached 18.8 Celsius at CFB Trenton where they keep weather records. Evidently this was the warmest November 7th since 1945. It registered warmer than that on our deck as we are south facing and it is a sun trap.

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We have a grilling mat that converts your bbq into a grill. Just perfect for cooking eggs.

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Heat the bbq as usual with the grill mat on it. Crack your eggs and cook.

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Poke the yolk to break it. (for some reason there is no photo of that stage) Cook and flip your egg till its ready.

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Add to a sandwich, I use gluten free bread, with a bit of ketchup. Check to see if your ketchup is gluten free. Some brands are exclusively gluten free, but others have hidden wheat products in them. I love Kinnikinnick gluten free bread.


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The grilling mat cleans up easily and stores away for the next time.

There was also a glorious sunset which gave lots of photo opportunities.

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A perfect ending to a perfect day.

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Checking back in the photo archives it showed we had quite a lot of snow on Nov. 7/19 What a difference this year.

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I was able to spend time in the garden doing cleanup jobs that I thought would be left till next year. I’ll take lots more of these kinds of days.


My cooking is always gluten free. Find a yummy recipe to cook.

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6 Responses

  1. Myrtle

    What a great idea Linda, that mat looks very handy. Al has put the BBQ away for the winter, too bad.

    Beautiful sunset pictures Linda. We have beautiful sunrises but the trees block a quite a bit of it so I could never get a good picture. The sunsets are also beautiful Out my living room window but are again blocked by tall trees.
    Enjoy the remainder of these beautiful day.

    • Crafty Gardener

      We keep our bbq on the deck and covered all winter just in case it is ever needed in case of a power outage or a spell of nice weather. I remember one year finishing cooking a lasagna on it when the power went out.

  2. Margie

    I’ve never tried to BBQ fry an egg, but I’ve had the traditional fried egg with ketchup!

  3. Deb in Hawaii

    I love fried eggs and fried egg sandwiches but I have not ever tried them on a grill. Thanks for sharing with Souper Sundays this week!

  4. Vondean Erickson

    Hi Linda,

    I was checking my e-mails and came across the website you had put in for fried egg sandwiches. Brought back so many memories, when I was growing up. My Mom made a lot of fried egg sandwiches on homemade bread. Was a cheap meal for 5 growing children. I am going to make one for lunch today. I do not have that good homemade bread but know will be good anyway.
    It was hot yesterday in the 90’s. Not my favorite weather.
    Take care

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