Cowboy Breakfast Recipe

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    May 13, 2008
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    Cowboy Breakfast Casserole

    1 dozen eggs
    1 pound of bacon
    1 pound of Jimmy Dean Hot Sausage
    can of biscuits
    1/2 lb. shredded cheddar cheese
    Jar of Picante Sauce


    This is a family tradition at our ranch house and a really simple casserole. I usually fry the bacon and or sausage the night before (drain grease) and place in icebox til morning. First open biscuits and roll each biscuit out flat-if you don't have a rolling pin use a glass or anything that will roll. Next line a 8 X 8 greased casserole dish with the biscuits to cover the bottom and sides-overlapping them in places. In skillet scramble dozen eggs to a soft scramble then place the scramble eggs on top of the biscuits in casserole dish. Layer the Sausage on top of the eggs-next add bacon slices on top of that. Bake until the biscuits are done on the bottom. Once the casserole is done put shredded cheese on top. Top with with Picante Sauce and serve hot. This will feed about 8-10 people. Perfect for lazy weekends you gotta try it.
     

    Slag

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    Great recipe. I use one that is very similar, but substitutes hash browns for the biscuits. It is the PERFECT dutch oven breakfast :D
     

    Gopher

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    Along those same lines:

    Cornbread casserole
    2 packages of cornbread mix one regular one mexican
    1 pound round beef
    1 pound sausage
    16 oz cottage cheese
    16 oz grated sharp cheddar cheese


    brown and drain beef and sausage (sauté onions and bell pepper if you like) and drain
    mix in cottage cheese and cheese
    mix and pour one package of cornbread mix in glass dish
    add meat and cheese mixture
    mix and top with the other package of cornbread mix
    bake according to cornbread directions


    I like a little Pace picante sauce on mine. Good meal anytime, microwaves well and is even good cold.
     

    Very Texas

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    I will have to try this. It sounds really good and easy. Thanks for sharing. My dad has a similar recipe but it is Jalapeno Cornbread recipe, lots of steps but it is a meal! He has perfected it. If I can find it I will post it. I Bet you will like it.

    Along those same lines:

    Cornbread casserole
    2 packages of cornbread mix one regular one mexican
    1 pound round beef
    1 pound sausage
    16 oz cottage cheese
    16 oz grated sharp cheddar cheese


    brown and drain beef and sausage (sauté onions and bell pepper if you like) and drain
    mix in cottage cheese and cheese
    mix and pour one package of cornbread mix in glass dish
    add meat and cheese mixture
    mix and top with the other package of cornbread mix
    bake according to cornbread directions


    I like a little Pace picante sauce on mine. Good meal anytime, microwaves well and is even good cold.
     

    Very Texas

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    May 13, 2008
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    Should be ground beef (hamburger meat:)) instead of round beef.

    Dang rented fingers and a spell check that doesn't speak Texan.:o

    Dagnabit~ you are right GROUND BEEF! Scratch that no ROUND BEEF in this recipe.

    Thanks for the fixin,
    Gail
     
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