Thursday, March 20, 2014

Breakfast Scramble








Hello there friends, back with another recipe for you.  Now I will be honest with you this recipe can be used for dinner just as much as breakfast.  Even though its called a breakfast scramble, really it should be called anytime your craving breakfast scramble.  I took some pictures to walk you through the steps because it will just make life easier.  This is a no fuss no muss idea that I came up with when the ones by Jimmy Dean were getting a little heavy on our wallets.  So grab your frying pans and let's get started!

Ingredients:

4 whole eggs
4 slices of bacon
1/2 pound of bulk sausage flavor is your choice
2 extra large potatoes cubed
1/2 teaspoon of cumin
1/4 teaspoon of old bay seasoning
1/4 teaspoon of parsley
1 tablespoon of milk

Instructions:

Preheat your oven to 350 and put the bacon on a cookie sheet like this:

Bake until crisp.  Drain the grease and measure out a tablespoon because you will need that later.  Trust me!  Let the bacon cool on a paper towel to get all the grease off it.

Now heat up your cast iron or reg. frying pan, once its warm add in the sausage like this here:  
You will want the heat of your burner on a medium low setting so the sausage doesn't burn.
When the sausage is fully cooked add to a paper towel to drain.  Now add in the tablespoon of bacon grease to the pan and then add in the potatoes,  like this:
The potatoes are going to take some time to cook, so while they are cooking you want to line up your cooled bacon and cut them up into bits, (yes we are making homemade bacon bits because the ones you buy in the store are nasty) 

When the potatoes are cooked add in sausage and bacon like this:
Then your cumin and old bay seasoning: 
In a medium bowl crack your eggs and add your milk and whisk them around until the egg is well incorporated into the milk.  Add your eggs to the pan with your potatoes, sausage and bacon and bingo bango Breakfast scramble!  
This recipe is very easy to make and takes maybe 30 minutes to whip up.  I hope you all enjoy it and Live, Laugh and Love.  


Heather

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