Bev is in Florida for a couple weeks, leaving me at home looking after Madison and the pets and since Madison eats little more than canned soup and cereal and cooking for one is no fun, I won’t have as much to write about foodwise – but there’s still breakfast.
I discovered a couple of pieces of cooked breakfast sausage in the fridge and decided to turn them into a sausage and egg sandwich the next day – one of my favorites. But while reading blogs that morning, Pam, from For The Love Of Cooking, posted one of her delicious breakfast frittatas and I was faced with a dilemma.
The frittata looked very good, but I still wanted the flavors of the sandwich – especially the mayo on the bread. Since the sandwich is often hard to eat, as the bread falls apart, I decided to do both. I began by chopping the sausage and some onion and sautéing until the onion began to soften. Then I added two eggs, beaten with some cream, diced cheddar cheese, and S&P, turned the heat down to med-low and added a lid.
When it was about set (above shot), I stuck it under the 300* broiler for 2 minutes to finish cooking and in the meantime I spread two slices of toast with Duke’s Mayo.
I slid the frittata onto the toast and added some chives for pretty.
It was perfect, giving me the fluffiness of the frittata along with the flavors of the sandwich. I may have to fry up some more sausage to be ready.
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