I very rarely have this - in fact I cannot remember the last time I had it....much as I love eggs, I feel guilty eating this and one egg on toast would be nowhere near enough for me for dinner anyway.
I would probably make something else or add potato (fried) to it if I was having it for dinner, but I know several people who live alone, who sometimes cant be bothered cooking, and just have an egg on toast.
No. I enjoy eggs with toast for breakfast but don't ever have that as a main meal. To deal with lack of time or energy to cook in the evening I keep some lasagne or surplus from a previous meal in the freezer.
No. Eggs on toast are more like a breakfast food. Occasionally, if we have a very substantial luncheon, or if we have a very late lunch, we might just have an omelette. Usually, in those situations, if we have a late lunch, we often do not have dinner at all, because we are not hungry.
LOL - last night I had four short cut rashers of bacon, two eggs and a fried tomato for my dinner. No toast, although I would prefer fried bread, as bread is out for me. This was the ultimate "I don't want anything to eat, I can't be bothered, I'd better eat something" meal.
Yes, yesterday we had to go on a 2hr train trip to visit my mother, then 2 hours back, so I didn't feel like cooking very much when I arrived home, so I made scrambled eggs on toast with mushrooms & baby spinach. I drizzled sweet chilli sauce over the top of it all! It was really yummy!
I also don't like cooking a proper meal when we return from Melbourne to Sydney, so we have baked beans on toast with bacon & eggs on top & maple syrup. It may sound weird, but this is also yummy! Every other day I look up a recipe. I can usually remember if I'ver cooked it in the last 12 months or not, as I like making a new recipe every night of the year, for a least 12 months.