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- Peanut butter (crunchy)
- Green Onion
- Course salt
- Get a pan to medium-high heat, add butter and fry egg once pan is heated.
- Toast bread.
- Spread peanut butter, sprinkle with chopped green onion, cilantro, and some peanuts if you don't have chunky peanut butter. Drizzle with sriracha, and squeeze the juice from a quarter of a lime wedge on to it.
- Place a fried egg on top, sprinkle with coarse salt and enjoy!
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