This went down really well with my lot this evening.
Inspired by this.
I don't really enjoy frying eggs. They spit at me, and the white of one egg invariably remains inexplicably translucent and jelly-like while that of its neighbour is firm and opaque. I generally end up flipping it 'over easy' American-style, but I don't really like them like that. I like a firm white and a runny yolk.
I may dislike frying eggs, but I do love eating them when the mood strikes. As it did today.
Use a good crusty roll. Mine call themselves 'pains rustique'. They were pretty big so I cut them in half crossways and served each person one half.
I used salami style chorizo which I frizzled briefly on a hot frying pan before frying my eggs.
The children had just chorizo and egg in their sandwiches, but for me and Charlie I put a layer of rocket on the bread followed by a roasted red pepper (from a jar but you could roast your own peppers, and if I were making this in the summer when UK peppers are available I would do that), before adding the chorizo and finally the egg.
Quick, easy and fabulous.