Fried Egg and Goat Cheese Sided With Mushroom

Fried Noms

In life there are moments we just want a quickie. Five minutes and full satisfaction with minimal cleanup.

I can put all your desires in one sweltering pan. As long as you have cast iron, but really, any pan that can hold dripping liquids will do.

On a day not too many days ago I opened the fridge, and there was an egg as well as goat cheese left from the watermelon radish mindtini and the cherry and goat cheese mindtini. I wondered if both egg and goat cheese could join my mouth for a threesome. Maybe the two weren’t meant for mating. The goat cheese is creamy and the egg cripsy.

They came. They saw. They conquered. Crispy cream.

Now it’s time to share.

This recipe is paleo friendly, keto friendly, primal friendly. It is human friendly.

What you need: Your mind, your body, an egg, heat, goat cheese, a mushroom, and oil/butter.

Turn on heat and soak your pain in oil. After you hear a sizzle remove the stem of your mushroom and put the mushroom cap into the pan. Eat the stem. Crack your egg on the counter then pour the egg into the edge of the pan.


Wait until the egg gets white all over.


Flip both the egg and the mushroom.


Wait until you feel it is ready and transfer  your mouthgasms to a cutting board.

Make a goat cheese egg and add it to your mushroom. Let it warm and then spread it across the inner moments. Top fried egg with goat cheese. Realize you have no more eggs and just put the cracked shell into the picture.

Disclaimer: Unless you find humanely raised goat cheese dairy is not paleo. Here is a great article on it.

Fried Noms


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SI-Ya Ray

Greetings beautiful people. I bliss out over crafting new flavors, interviewing test makers and restaurant owners and discovering the brain.

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