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Wednesday
Nov112009

Jessies Breakfast Sammich

By Jessica Cameron

  • 2 - Rounds of Canadian Bacon
  • 1 - Medium Egg
  • 1- Whole Wheat English Muffin
  • Breakfast SammichHome Made Ketchup or Here
  • Swiss Cheese
  • half and half or heavy whipping cream
  • Salt and Pepper
  • Non-Stick Cooking Spray or Butter
  • Optional: Substitute or Contribute Sausage Patty

Preparation time is about 15 minutes once you get it dialed in. 

Preheat a Teflon pan to medium heat and when you've got your proper heat, place the egg-ring in, off to one edge and coat the inside with a non-stick cooking spray.  While this is heating through and sealing the ring to the pan, you can toast the muffin halves.  

Once you set your muffins to toast, in a small bowl, whip one egg, a tablespoon of half and half and a pinch of salt and pepper together and toast the wheat muffins.  Pour egg mixture into your now hot egg ring and pan and cover with a domed pot lid to expedite cooking. The egg should begin to rise a bit and you'll see that the edges are firming up and the center will follow. You've got about five to eight minutes now so add the bacon to the pan and tend to them, turning to heat each side.

At this point use a spare egg-ring to punch a round cutout from the Swiss cheese.  When your about five minutes into the egg cook, add your Swiss cheese on top of the egg in the egg-ring.  The cheese will melt fast and you're timing to pull it off; remove and let stand to cool; this will help liberate it from the egg-ring.  Note: Chefs choice, you can eat the cheese cuttings or pile them in the middle on top of the egg; this is to keep the cheese running into the pan and burning. 

At this point the muffins are likely done and you coat them generously with ketchup, in this case we use ours.  Place the cooked egg on the muffin half and assemble the sammich.  I wrap them in heavy foil and kick Ed out the door which allows a further 15 to 20 minutes on the commute for the flavors to blend.  

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I love this Sammich...it get's me going every day...

January 28, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterEd

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