Crispbread with Tomato Sauce and Fried Eggs
This quintessential Sardinian comfort food, pane frattàu, is made with thin, crisp Sardinian flat bread called pane carasau, which is available at specialty food shops and Italian markets. The bread is moistened and then layered with tomato sauce to create a lasagna-like dish that 's topped with fried eggs—perfect for a late-night supper. If you can't find pane carasau, use very thin lavash and oak it briefly in the stock. Great Comfort Food Recipes
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The tomato sauce can be refrigerated for up to 5 days.
Eggs are notoriously difficult to match with wine, but the red pepper in this dish suggests a wine with good acidity and some spiciness of its own. Consider a fresh Sauvignon Blanc, a soft, light red, such as Valpolicella.