Saturday's breakfast was super tasty! I wanted a breakfast we could enjoy without me having to do a whole lot of work that morning.
Here's what I came up with:
1. Precooked thin-sliced red potatoes with onions and sweet peppers
2. Scrambled egg pockets
3. Grilled homemade venison bologna
The potatoes were super easy. I used my mandolin (watch the fingertips!) to slice up a slew of potatoes, cut up an onion and a sweet pepper, doused it all in olive oil and baked it in my oven at home. When the potatoes were done, about an hour or so, I wrapped them in foil and into the cooler they went. Saturday morning, they were dumped into a cast iron skillet and reheated on the grill. Yum!
The Scrambled Egg Pockets were a success, although personally, I thought they were dry and could have used some cheese or salsa. Actually, that's how I ate the leftovers... To make these, I simply bought some pie crust and mixed up a batch of scrambled eggs with onions, peppers and some homefried potatoes. I filled the half moons, folded over the top, crimped and then baked for about 20 minutes or so. They were put right onto foil on the grill and heated up. Tom said they were excellent.