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Brunch Bun

Some of the most inventive meals take place around the campfire, one of Pretoria Caravans & Outdoor's favourite tricks to surprise and impress is to make brunch buns. These buns may seem simple but don’t be fooled, done well, you’ll have everyone begging for more (even the neighbours from the campsite next to yours!). Check out our recipe for the perfect campsite brunch bun below.
 
What you’ll need:
Vienna’s
Tomatoes
Green Peppers
Mushrooms
Cheddar Cheese
Bake Beans
Eggs
Crispy Buns
Olive Oil
Butter
Salt
Pepper
Tinfoil
 
What to do:
Prepare a low to medium heat fire (if you don’t already have one going!). Prepare your crispy buns by cutting off the top and scooping out the soft bread interior of the bun creating a small bowl by leaving the sides and base intact. Melt some butter and brush out the insides of the bun and season with some salt and pepper.

Next up, dice the green peppers, tomatoes and mushrooms. Take a pan and fry up the diced ingredients adding baked beans and cook to taste. Add the the contents of the pan into the hollow of each bun evenly. Crack a raw egg over the top of the bun hollow and filling. Grate some cheddar cheese right on top, add some more seasoning and wrap in tinfoil.

Put the tinfoil wrapped buns on the braai grid for about 10-15min allowing the egg to bake and the cheese to melt. Once done serve to your brunch buns and watch as faces light up.

You can also make this delicious treat in an oven, the only difference being that instead of wrapping in tinfoil, crack the raw egg over the top of the bun hollow and filling and put onto a baking sheet. Bake of 10-12 minutes at 180deg remove and then grate some cheddar cheese right on top with some extra seasoning and bake again for another 10-12 minutes. (If you’re pressed for time you can even cheat a little and pre-fry the eggs… don’t worry we won’t tell!)

The great thing about a brunch bun is that you can get very creative with your ingredients, let us know in the comments below what you put in your brunch buns, we’d love to hear from you!

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