Serves 2. This is a great breakfast, or dinner, that we’ve stumbled on. You can easily do this with prosciutto, ham, sausage… any favorite pork really. Haven’t tried it with chicken or beef but feel free to experiment yourself.
In a cast iron pan (or your favorite skillet for cooking eggs), heat up the butter and fry up the meat until cooked (or browned & crispy if already cooked). Distribute the meat throughout the pan evenly. Crack eggs over the top of the meat. (I pop the yolks because I hate runny eggs. If you’re a fan of runny or soft eggs feel free to leave the yolks intact.) Once the eggs have cooked half way through, use your spatula to “cut” the dish into 4 sections. Flip the sections to cook the other side. Once done, dish up and Enjoy!
Melt brie (or other cheese) on top of the eggs during the second half of cooking. Toast an English muffin and make a breakfast sandwich out of your English muffin, eggs & prosciutto & brie. So much deliciousness!!
One of our new favorite breakfasts! It’s so simple and has 2 ingredients!!
Sweet Potato (leftover baked)
Cook up Italian sausage. If it comes in the links then just remove the casing and cook it up without it. Add the leftover sweet potato in chunks. Break it up and let it heat through. Once the sausage is fully cooked and the sweet potato is hot, dis it up.
I realized that I hadn’t yet shared this delicious recipe for pulled pork sandwiches. It’s an easy crock pot dish and I’ve never met a man who didn’t love it! You can serve it with your favorite BBQ sauce as well as a side of beans and corn or coleslaw if you’d like. Perfect for potlucks, busy days, lazy days, or just a delicious summer meal.
1/2 c Apple Cider Vinegar
2 Tbs Dried Minced Onion
1 tsp Worcestershire sauce
3 lb. Pork Roast, boneless
Buns (hamburger, sandwich, onion…)
BBQ Sauce, your favorite
Add the marinade ingredients to a ziploc bag and refrigerate it overnight if you can. Otherwise, dump it all in the crock pot. Mix the rub ingredients together and rub on top of the pork roast. Cook on low for 8 hours. Shred the pork with two forks and serve on buns with your favorite BBQ sauce and sides.
2 Tbs Olive Oil
1 lb Italian Sausage Links
1 lb Rotini Pasta
1 batch Famous Pasta Sauce
Parmesan Cheese, to taste
Start up a batch of my famous pasta sauce. While that is cooking, get your sausages in a pan with olive oil and cook, turning often, until they reach 170°. While the sausages are cooking and the pasta sauce is cooking, don’t forget to stir the sauce, go ahead and cook up your pasta. When the sausage is done, transfer to a cutting board and slice into roughly 1/2″ pieces. When the pasta is done, drain and set aside. When your pasta sauce is done, it’s time to dish up. On a plate layer the pasta, sausage and pasta sauce. Then top with however much Parmesan cheese you like.
I made these meatballs for little man’s first birthday party and everyone loved them! It was easy to throw it all in the crock pot in the morning and continue on with party preparations. By the time the party started, they were done and delicious!
32 oz. Frozen Meatballs
16 oz. Chili Sauce
10 oz. Grape Jelly (low sugar)
Dump everything into your crock pot. Stir it around to coat the meatballs. Cook on low for 6-8 hours or on high for 2-3. Stir once more before serving.
Chop ham into small pieces. Take each slice of bread and spread a small amount of mustard on it. Then layer the ham and cheese on top. Take the open sandwich and place in a toaster oven or under a broiler until nicely browned and the cheese has melted. Carefully take the two halves of the sandwich and put them together. Now enjoy a great chopped ham sandwich! Side of pickle is optional.