Friday, November 5, 2010

Cajun Leftovers for Breakfast

We had some of everything and lots of some stuff left from our dock closing party and I thought a Cajun breakfast was in order. I decided on a shrimp po boy-like omelet for the main dish. I chopped some shrimp and tomatoes and sautéed them in one pan with a piece of chopped bacon I found in the fridge - couldn't help myself - and beat some eggs with Cajun seasoning and Tabasco for the other one. When the eggs had set, I added some cheddar cheese, the tomatoes and shrimp, folded and topped with some tarter sauce. I sided the omelet with some reheated red beans and rice with hot gator sausage - could only eat a few bites of them and still finish the omelet.

It didn't taste exactly like a po boy, but it was very good and I wish I had some more fried shrimp remaining.

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.



  1. Larry, you serve the BEST breakfasts of anyone that I know of. What a great way to start a day with a shrimp po-boy style omelet. Yum, yum.

  2. Larry you know that breakfast food is my favorite food, but for some reason I can not eat seafood in the morning. Nonetheless, this looks like a fabulous little concoction. You've really got me craving some NO cuisine. I still haven't made that shrimp remoulade. Maybe this weekend.

  3. Larry, Now this is my kind of breakfast!! Great ingredients plus a bit of heat... The side is perfect too! Add a little Tabasco and I'd be sharing a little bit of heaven with you! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

  4. These are for sure some of the best leftovers I've ever encountered! Delicious.

  5. That surely makes my cereal seem like NOTHING... Made me hungry!!!! ha

    Have a great weekend.. And stay warm!!!! "Baby, It's Cold Outside"...

  6. Yum, yum! Looks like a wonderful way to enjoy leftovers! Have a great weekend!


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