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…
Then about half way threw this awesome recipe..I told Wify we have earned a little nip for this venture….
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! ;-)
- 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
- 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.
- Divide ground beef (or pork) into 4 patties and cook in same pan as you cooked the grits until well cooked.
- Meanwhile, in another frying pan with a light coating of bacon drippings, place onion rings and brown a little on both sides.
- 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.
- When eggs are almost done, top each with1/2 slice of cheese to melt.
- 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…………