Breakfast at Tiffany's Burgers #SundayFunday
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Sunday Funday: Breakfast for Supper
- Baked Grits with Sausage Gravy from Food Lust People Love
- Breakfast at Tiffany's Burgers from Making Miracles
- Breakfast Spelt and Oats Muffins from Cook with Renu
- Egg & Bacon Sandwich (Homemade Egg McMuffin) from Amy's Cooking Adventures
- Eggplant Shakshuka from A Day in the Life on the Farm
- Famous Breakfast Burritos (copycat Lucky Boy) from Karen's Kitchen Stories
- Shrimp and Grits from Palatable Pastime
- Steamed Rawa /Semolina Balls from Sneha's Recipe
- Zege from Mayuri's Jikoni
- Salt and pepper patties on both sides. In a large nonstick skillet, fry the burgers on medium heat, about 3-5 minutes per side, until fried golden and cooked through to your preferred doneness. Top each patty with a slice of cheese, and allow it to begin melting for a minute. Remove patties to a plate and allow cheese to continue melting.
- Meanwhile, cook the sausage link in a separate skillet until golden and cooked all the way through.
- Add bacon to the same skillet as the burgers were in, and cook until crispy (or desired doneness). Remove from pan and set aside to drain on paper towels
- Drain off all but a couple teaspoons of grease. Fry eggs to over medium so yolk are still soft (unless you prefer them cooked to hard) - season lightly with salt and pepper while frying.
- While eggs are cooking, toast the bagel halves. Smear each toasted bagel with a laughing cow wedge or an ounce or two of cream cheese.
- Arrange burger patty on the prepared bagel half, and top with 2 slices of bacon, and two sausage links (slice sausage links vertically so they will lay flat on the burger and not roll). Top everything with a fried egg.
- Serve and enjoy!! (This is incredibly messy, you can eat it with a knife and fork if you prefer like an open face sandwich, or just be prepared to use a few napkins)!