breakfast grabbers

Lee Singleton

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@osingl3347

the amounts of ingredients is a guess as I invented it while making breakfast and discovered my wife had bought refrigerator biscuits instead of crescent rolls because 'they were cheaper". I was thought to cook by an old chef that seldom measured anything. it was always "a handful" or "a pinch". I would lay out a half sheet of dough, scramble the eggs mix everything together, place it on the dough, and add the other half of the dough on top, seal the edges and bake @375 for 15 min. with this recipe you do not cook the eggs as that is what binds everything together when you bake it.


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Serves:

5 @ two per person

Prep:

30 Min

Cook:

20 Min

Method:

Bake

Ingredients

1 c
frosen shreaded hashbrowns
1/3 lb
cooked sausage- scrambled
1/4 small
green bell pepper- choped
1/2 small
onion. choped
1 clove
garlic - crushed and choped
1 can(s)
cheap store bought biscuits
3 large
eggs
1/4 c
m/l schredded cheese (your choice)

Directions Step-By-Step

1
crumble and cook the sausage and set it aside
2
place onions, garlic, and green bell pepper in frying pan and cook till onions are clear. set aside with sausage
3
fry hash browns to desired brownness and place in a bowel.
4
separate biscuits and using a rolling pin roll out to about 1/8th inch thick and place them in a cupcake pan like a pie crust. NOTE. (doing this now gives other ingredients time to cool enough so they don't cook the eggs when you mix them in)
5
mix eggs, sausage, onion bell pepper garlic mixture, cheese, and hash browns adding salt and pepper to taste and spoon into the biscuit Minnie pie crusts
6
bake @ 350 deg. for 20 min.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Eggs
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy