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UPDATE: Answer for Monique. T. The ingredients call for ground sausage. Refer to Direction #3. It says while the eggs are frying form the sausage into small patties. Place them in another skillet and fry until browned. Remove and drain on paper towel. Hope this helps. Happy Cooking!!!!
One of my most favorite breakfasts. Works with almost any meat you have on hand. Sometimes I'll add a little maple syrup drizzle over the egg (minus the green onion) and it's almost like having a particular fast food's all-in-one breakfast sandwich. NOTE: If you have a cookie cutter or even a biscuit cutter you can cook your egg inside it while it's cooking in the hot skillet. Almost like having an egg form so that way it's a little more controlled and will fit a little easier. Just make sure to spritz your "form" with a little non stick spray.
I have made several batches, using this recipe as a rough guide. The best suggestion I have is for the eggs.....Whisk your eggs, milk, spices together, then pour into a sprayed 9x13 pan. I used 12 eggs to make 12 sandwiches. Bake at 375 for about 15 minutes, or until set. Cut into squares.
Susan, thank you for submitting this recipe. I realize that there are "advanced" cooks/chefs on this site, but there are also the beginners too! I have been making these for years, as well, but my granddaughter is going off to college soon, and this will be very helpful for her, as I've aimed her toward this site to learn new things from new people who love to cook. I remember learning how to cook, and some of the disasters that could have been avoided had I had some simple, clear instructions. Oftentimes "keeping it simple and basic" is most helpful!
Thanks again, Susan!
This was very good but I used only 3 onions and next time I will chop them VERY small.The eggs were hard to turn over but I cut it into two pieces with the spachela and it tuned out OK. I also put some salt and pepper in the eggs and used preshaped patties and put a slice of cheese on top and put it in the mic for20 seconds.
The sandwich is great but the cheddar cheese is sliced not shredded as per the picture. And the ground sausage is a patty. Its not the picture of the described dish but the taste is great. I like my muffin lightly buttered. Well done!
This is a wonderful breakfast sandwich that cost me 46 each to make. I made them with ham because that is what I had on hand. I pan fried the ham to pull all the water out of it. I baked the egg portion in my greased muffin top pan and it worked perfectly. I baked at 350 for 10 minutes. I toasted the English muffins first and let them completely cool before assembling. I think the key is letting all ingredients cool before putting the sandwich together. I wrapped individually in parchment paper and stacked them in the English muffin plastic bag to freeze. DH & DS microwave on high for 30 seconds flip and microwave for another 30 seconds. This is for using from frozen state. I'm making them again this weekend and going to try them with sausage. My family loves this for a quick breakfast sandwich.
I like the idea of a homemade 'Egg McMuffin' but I found myself making a lot of changes to suit my own tastes. I don't like onions especially in eggs so I deleted them. I used a slice of swiss cheese instead of the shredded cheddar which my husband and I really liked. I followed the directions for shaping the eggs into an omelette and then cutting it into pieces. I found it made the sandwiches bulky and uneven. Next time I might try using something that will shape the eggs into six even rounds. Finally I made my own homemade turkey sausage instead of store bought and we both really enjoyed that too.
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