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Oct 022014

Kenny’s Kiss My Grits & Burger Breakfast Biscuit

Yesterday I turned Kenny loose in the kitchen again, oh boy! I knew what he was planning as I had to make the grits ahead of time so they would stick together in order to be fried, of course that is an option as you could put a helping of fresh cooked grits on this sandwich and it would still be yummy, a little messier but still yummy! Another substitute you could do, would be to make up some pork sausage patties versus the burger as I know a lot of people shy away from ground beef these days. He made enough to make 4 biscuits and let me tell you, one was all I could eat although my mouth was watering for more; they were just that scrumptious and filling! So with that, Herrrre’s Kenny……

Hey ya’ll…Hope everyone is having a great Thursday. Ya know it’s so close to WEEK_END it makes ya a little crazy. That’s why I was sitting and it dawned upon me that no one has put grits on a breakfast biscuit..not that I could find anyway. SOOO..I got together with my better half and we concocted this awesome breakfast sandwich.

One problem I had was keeping the egg in the onion…

See what i mean...How do you keep the egg in the damn onion?

See what I mean…How do you keep the egg in the damn onion?

Then about half way threw this awesome recipe..I told Wify we have earned a little nip for this venture….

After about three of these...that sandwich started to look pretty damn good..If i do say so myself!

After about three of these…that sandwich started to look pretty damn good..If I do say so myself!

And moving forward…This is a very filling breakfast sandwich and as you know I had to have Mayo and Ketchup on mine. Now, don’t wait to long before you try this…Toooo many of those little nippers will start a kitchen up with ya!  ;-)

That's a whole lotta good eaten right there!

That’s a whole lotta good eaten right there!

Kenny's Kiss My Grits & Burger Breakfast Biscuit
  • 1 cup precooked grits
  • 4 sweet onion rings about the size of a biscuit and cut about ⅓ of an inch thick
  • 3 eggs, whisked with desired amount of salt and pepper
  • 4 slices of bacon cut in half, cooked crisp
  • ½ lb ground beef (or breakfast sausage)
  • 2 slices of American cheese
  • 4 fresh baked biscuits
  1. Divide grits into 4 patties and brown in a little of the bacon drippings on both sides. Set grits aside and keep warm with the cooked bacon.
  2. Divide ground beef (or pork) into 4 patties and cook in same pan as you cooked the grits until well cooked.
  3. Meanwhile, in another frying pan with a light coating of bacon drippings, place onion rings and brown a little on both sides.
  4. To the onion rings, divide the beaten egg evenly into each slice (egg might run over the top or under the bottom of the onion a little depending on size eggs used and how even you slice the onion as seen in pic!) and cook until fairly set, flip and continue cooking until egg is done.
  5. When eggs are almost done, top each with1/2 slice of cheese to melt.
  6. Stack each biscuit with an egg, burger patty, grit patty and top with two bacon slices.


I’m still trying to figure out why I put this recipe in instead of husband, all I did was make the grits! Enjoy…………

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  1. Hi neighbor! We’re about 12 miles west of Lake City, small world! Yes Kenny has a great time in the kitchen, sometimes a little too much fun, ha ha. It’s nice though to have a companion who likes to help and sometimes cook, well maybe! Thanks for stopping by, it was a great combo on the biscuits. Regina

  2. Looks like Kenny had some delicious creative time in the kitchen.


    P.S. I live in Tallahassee

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