Sunday, May 7, 2017

Sunday, May 7, 2017

Sunday, May 7, 2017

What the Beck???

Recipe Review

Today’s Recipe and Location: Breakfast Patty Melt
Found in: The Pioneer Woman blog

I figured out that there are 877 calories, if 2 servings are made. (Please note that the calorie counts vary depending on the specific brands of ingredients that you choose to use.)

    I love every single item in the breakfast sammy.  This was so good, yet way too much food for a simple breakfast. First of all, I was so full that I didn’t need to eat lunch, which was actually good since the calorie count was high for a single meal.
    I used the mini breakfast sausage, so I could have two pieces. I could have reduced the calorie count had I used one patty and sliced it in half horizontally.  That is definitely what I would do the next time I create this recipe. Ree allows the reader to select the type of cheese used in the recipe. I elected to use Pepper Jack, because I like a little kick.  She does the same thing with the choice of bread.  I selected a whole wheat hearty bread which held up well, and didn’t fall apart as I was eating.
    If you are looking for a hearty, filling breakfast, this is the sammy for you.

 These are the ingredients that I used to create this recipe.

I began by melting the butter in order to saute the onions 

 While I was waiting for the butter to melt,
I sliced the onion.

I sauteed the onions until they began to caramelize. 

 I set the onions aside and began to cook the sausages.

 When they were done, I set them aside, too.

 I beat the egg.

 When the egg was done frying,
it was time to assemble the sammy.

I began with the bottom slice of wheat bread. 

On went the half of the cheese... 

 and the sausage...

 and the egg.

 I was supposed to use a slice and a half of cheese,
but I cheated and used two slices.
Bad Becky!  Bad!

 The final ingredient is the fabulous onions
 and second slice of wheat bread.

Put it in the pan and grill it all up. 

 The final product.  Yum!

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