Unabashed Eggslut

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Breakfast / Sandwich

Bacon, Egg and Cheese on a Buttered Brioche Bun with Sriracha Ketchup

Have I told you that breakfast is my favorite meal of the day? Well this sandwich is one of the reasons why.  When I lived in New York, having a bacon, egg and cheese on a roll was as commonplace as a breakfast burrito in California.  The restaurant Eggslut has brought the breakfast sandwich to life on the west coast.  They really upped the ante with the introduction of the brioche bun.  They use a chipotle ketchup that adds a tangy sweetness that is appreciated with all the salty and savory deliciousness from the eggs, bacon, and cheese.  If you do not have an Eggslut near you, this recipe will satisfy the craving.

Time-20 minutes

Servings-2

Ingredients

2 Brioche buns, 2 eggs, 6 slices of bacon, 2 slices of American Cheese, 1/4 cup of Ketchup, 1 tsp of Sriracha, butter, salt and pepper.

Preparation

Butter both sides of Brioche bun and toast on a medium high skillet until golden.  FullSizeRenderFullSizeRender 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fry up bacon until desired crispiness.  Set aside on paper towels.

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Mix Sriracha and ketchup together in a small bowl and set aside.

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Before frying egg start to build sandwich by slathering Sriracha Ketchup on the bottom of the bun.  Pile two or three slices of bacon on top of ketchup.

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Start to fry over easy egg by adding 1 tsp of butter on medium high heat.  As egg cooks season with salt and pepper then flip egg once you have golden brown edges.

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Once egg is flipped immediately add cheese and turn off heat.  Finish sandwich by adding egg and cheese.

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Enjoy with your choice of protein such as sausage patty or ham.  The sky is the limit enjoy!DSC_3757

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The Author

I'm an earnest mother and wife doing her best to provide a delicious and memorable dinner table for her family. Life get's busy and it's so easy to throw in the towel and order out or heat up a pre-made meal. I've committed myself to making a homemade meal at least 4 times a week. I would like to share what I've learned with a group of people who are also home-cooks doing their best for their loved ones. Let's share our best recipes with each other and broaden our menu's to ease the age old question "what's for dinner?"

5 Comments

  1. Janie Lugo says

    Hi Karen,
    Your Dad would love this breakfast sandwich and you know I rather have it as a omelet.
    The Sriracha and ketchup on a buttered brioche bun really adds so much to a sandwich, just like your famous chicken sandwich…
    When you cook and have guests over, I believe there isn’t one thing they haven’t liked.
    Proud to say, you are a terrific cook and daughter.
    Mom

  2. gina ammon says

    looks so good karen as usual, i am happy to see your blog!

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