Rise and shine. How about a steak and egg sandwich? This is a ground steak burger patty on top of a toasted English muffin, with some cheese melted on top, then topped with an over easy fried egg and a couple good shakes of hot sauce. It’s accompanied by some potato wedges that have been salt and peppered, oiled, sprinkled with smoked paprika and roasted.
I recently started following a blogger from Pennsylvania, Eric over at Happy Valley Chow. A Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Management major at Pennsylvania State University with a second in Music Performance in Jazz and Classical saxophone. When he graduates, he wants to open up his own restaurant. I’ve already bookmarked several of his recipes, but this one hit the table this past Sunday. I simply could not resist a steak and egg breakfast sandwich. Thanks for the idea Eric.
Eric made his sandwich because he and his fiance went to Dunkin’ Donuts and had their Angus Steak and Egg sandwich, thought it was good so he recreated it at home. I googled it and found that Dunkin’ Donuts serve theirs on a bagel or as a wrap. I like Eric’s version much better, and he served his open-faced on toast.
The ground meat is simply seasoned with Montreal Steak Seasoning and then I pan fried the small burgers in my cast iron. I had to “Colorado Up” my version and add some hot sauce and a few sprinkles of cilantro.
We really liked it. And for a late breakfast, it filled us up until dinner. Thanks for the idea Eric.
Steak and Egg Sandwich…It’s What’s for a Late Breakfast.