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Friday, October 29, 2010

One more breakfast fatty on the Pro... can't help it, I love them :)

I even used the same ingredients for my filling as I used with the last several fatties I've made..
Talk about no imagination! : p


I cooked a few minced onions and minced garlic in butter until tender, added my hash browns and cubed ham... let the filling cool and added shredded provolone and american cheese...then some bits of jalapeno pepper.
seasoned with salt and pepper...





used my fattie piston.. just because it's fun. :)








I let the tube of filling cool while rolling out my sausage inside of a 1 gallon baggie...

cut the baggie open and topped with the cooled filling.





made my bacon weave...



rolled and ready...




I sprinkled the top with cracked black pepper and placed into the Memphis Pro at 180 degrees for one hour then raised the heat to 325 for another hour and 45 minutes ...until the bacon was crisp.



















I split, toasted and buttered an english muffin, topped each half with a slice of stuffed fattie..



added two easy over eggs...



then drizzled with fresh hollandaise sauce...




The hashbrown, onion, cheese, jalapeno stuffed fattie eggs benedict... (sort of).



This was my supper last night... I have plenty of left overs to last the weekend. I'm a happy girl! :)

26 comments:

Big Dude said...

No since messing with perfection - are you sure these aren't the same shots you posted before? :-)

Mrs. JP said...

What a lovely weave and serving idea. We're gonna have to make those again....JP.

cowgirl said...

lol Larry! Wonder if I could get away with that.. :)
Thanks!

cowgirl said...

Thank you JP! They are kinda tasty aren't they. :)

Capt. Ron said...

Jeanie, I hope you are like me and have the "good cholesterol gene"!

kirby said...

Why aren't queen of the world yet? You could defeat entire armies with this bit of awesomeness.

Anonymous said...

My keyboard is now wet with druel, YUM YUM and triple YUM, Robin

Anonymous said...

Oh my. That does it, Jeanie clear out that bunk house am a heading that way. Looks tasty Gonna have to try those fillings. Thanks for sharing

Jerry

cowgirl said...

Capt. Ron.... I hope so too!! :)

cowgirl said...

Hahaha.. Kirby, thanks!

cowgirl said...

:) Robin...thank you. Glad you liked the post!

cowgirl said...

Jerry...the bunkhouse is ready. lol Good to see you, hope all is going well. Thanks!

Timsboots.com said...

Wow - those look great! Looks like some work but I'm sure the end result would be fantastic!

notbobvilla said...

Great as always. I gotta learn to stay off your blog anytime before meal time. 7 in the morning and I wanna fire up the smoker. Thanks for sharing!

tjus77 said...

OMG..... I think I just had a culinary orgasm. That is about the best looking breakfast I have ever seen in my life. To hell with the diet... I am cooking a fatty for next weekend.

Ross in Ventura said...

Jeanie...your fattie looks tasty and beautiful
Ross

cowgirl said...

Thanks Timsboots! They are a bit of work but worth it. :)

cowgirl said...

lol NotBob..Thank you! :)

cowgirl said...

lol TJ... You are too funny! Thanks! :)

cowgirl said...

Ross, thank you.. hope you are having a wonderful weekend! :)

Anonymous said...

Sure beats what I had for breakfast! The apples, they offset the grease factor, right? I thought so. I'll have to try that trick on my spouse!

cowgirl said...

lol Anonymous..you're right about the apples, makes the whole dish look healthier. :)
Thanks!

Rina ... also Chester or Daisysmum. said...

That looks so yummy beautifully weaved.

cowgirl said...

Thank you Rina! :)

David P. Offutt - The Gastronomic Gardener said...

They never get old, I just ate and it still makes my mouth water!

cowgirl said...

David Thanks! Hope you are doing well and enjoying fall. :)