Thursday, November 21, 2013
A very quick Holiday breakfast!
Pre Castro Cuban Eggs!
Growing in in the fifties, When the holiday cooking season there were many times my brother and I were treated to a quick breakfast that was called “Cuban Eggs”. Remember this was before Fidel Castro!
Slave likes to pull it out when things are rushed. It has been made so many times that real effort was put into trying to figure how much of each ingredient should be listed. Finally what you get here is my best guess!
½ lbs of bulk sausage (had some left over from another dish so this uses it up.)
Eggs – use 2 for each person (slave fixed for two) and add one for the “pot” So slave used 5.
4 slices of toast
¼ or so ketchup.
Salt and pepper to taste! (slave usually doesn’t mention this, I hope you don’t mind)
Brown the loose sausage over medium high heat until well cooked.
Toast the bread
In a bowl scramble the eggs with a teaspoon of skim milk for 2 eggs.
Add seasonings. Pour over the cooked sausage in the pan and add ketchup.
Stir until eggs are almost set and remove to pile on toast.
NOTE when scrambling eggs. If they are cooked in the pan until they look done, they will be over-cooked by the time they are on the plate. Honestly they continue to cook while you are serving them!.
Thought this might be something special and easy for you!
Serving Master Indy
To satisfy and restore.
To nourish, support and maintain.
To gratify, spoil,
comfort and please,
to nurture, assist, and sustain
Posted by socialslave at 10:35 PM