(Taken from Justin Bonello’s brilliant book, Cooked in Africa.)
These are poached eggs – bundu style.
This basic breakfast allows for fillings of your choice – from mushrooms and crispy bacon to cherry tomatoes and mature cheddar and everything in between. Whatever combination gets you going! If it needs cooking (like bacon), make sure you do that first.
This method of poaching eggs takes about four to five minutes, but keep checking. When the eggs are to your liking – eat them out of the mug with a spoon or fork. Ja, swear, dis nou lekker.
(This was a great way for us to use up some of our leftovers. We added mushrooms, salami, cherry tomatoes, feta cheese and lots of salt and pepper.)