Friday, June 8, 2012

A Couple More Breakfast Meals From Cajun Leftovers


Here are two more breakfast meals I made from our blogger party leftovers. The first uses the shrimp along with an English muffin, cheddar cheese, and a poached egg.

I served it with the leftover scramble from the previous meal and some cantaloupe and raspberries.

For the last meal, I sautéed some onion and sweet pepper, along with the leftover potatoes and a piece of smoked sausage I found in the bag.  After plating, I added some shredded cheddar and topped with a couple of over easy eggs.

Both meals were very good and I still have some shrimp and crawfish tails in the freezer – stay tuned.  Right after eating the last of the potatoes in the bag, Bev walked in and announced she'd found another 2 gallon bag of potatoes and corn in the garage fridge - oh my - she went in search of a potato/corn chowder recipe.

All photos can be enlarged by clicking on them.

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by Almost Heaven South.


Two years ago:  Pork Chop Biscuits

Larry

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10 comments:

  1. You made a Cajun shrimp McMuffin. Yum.
    Sam

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  2. In the summer I am able to read your posts before breakfast, which makes my granola seem so lame.

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  3. Sam took my Shrimp McMuffin joke... all looks terrific... starving for a rib sticking breakfast now!

    Dave

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  4. Don't let McDonalds get wind of that shrimp McMuffin, they'll be creating some processed version. Personally, I'll take the sausage/potato. And love that runny egg action shot.

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  5. Shrimp on an english muffin with eggs? Oh, wow, I'm so having that for breakfast this weekend!!!

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  6. Larry, Once again you have proved that you are the master breakfast maker! Loved the modified shrimp & eggs benedict. Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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  7. You come up with the most delicious breakfasts. You've made me hungry again. Have a great weekend.

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  8. Larry, you really need to make Bev some crawfish fettuccine with all that Cajun gold in your freezer!

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  9. These leftover meals look great. I am drawn to the one with the eggs over easy. Looks terrific! Blessings, Catherine

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  10. The best part of throwing a big party is all the left-overs you get to enjoy afterward. Great use of the

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