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Breakfast Fatty question

post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 

Hi everyone,

 

I'd like to try some fatties this weekend and I have a question about the "breakfast" fatty. I want to use scrambled eggs and I'm assuming I'll need to scramble them first and then add them to the other ingredients prior to rolling. I don't want the eggs to be runny so am I on the right track? Will smoking them dry the egg out if it was scrambled first???

 

Thanks for the help...

post #2 of 13

I have made a few of these, and it has never dried the egg out. I scramble them first with some veggies. I then let them cool a little and add in some cheese and throw in the fattie.

 

I have added hash browns as well, and they have always come out good. The fat in the sausage will keep things very moist...

 

Good Luck!

post #3 of 13
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Originally Posted by smokey2569 View Post

I have made a few of these, and it has never dried the egg out. I scramble them first with some veggies. I then let them cool a little and add in some cheese and throw in the fattie.

 

I have added hash browns as well, and they have always come out good. The fat in the sausage will keep things very moist...

 

Good Luck!



smokey, did you cook the hashbrowns first so they were crispy?

post #4 of 13

Breakfast fatties are my favorites. I typically use scrambled eggs, hash browns and cheddar cheese.

 

I cook the hash browns according to the pkg directions, and scramble the eggs as if i was going to sit down and eat them right then.

 

The last one I did, I used the breakfast mix hash browns. The ones with onions and peppers already mixed in. It was very good.

post #5 of 13

What subzero said...

 

I cook everything prior to filling, hash browns included. Last time I picked up a few hash brown pucks from Mc'ds cause I was running late on time, and they were exactly the same as when I make them at home.

 

The breakfast fattie is one of the best I have made behind the Mac & Cheese one. Put it on a roll or biscuit, and you have a good sandwich.

You will enjoy it for sure...let us know how it turns out!

post #6 of 13
Thread Starter 

Awesome! Thanks so much for the feedback. I'll give it a shot this weekend and let you know how they turn out.

post #7 of 13

Sounds like good advise here. Only think I would add is to soft scramble the eggs. I like it this way because it retains even more moisture.

post #8 of 13

The one caution I would add is not to add milk or water to the eggs - veggies and other items are fine but the liquid is not good

post #9 of 13

A great thing to do is use heavy whipping cream instead of milk. It actually makes the eggs fluff up and yummy!

post #10 of 13

regarding the mac and cheese fatty... I assume after you cooked the mac and cheese... you let it cool and then laid it over the sausage and rolled it?

post #11 of 13

i bought sausage, bacon, cheese, eggs, and o'brian style hash browns. we are having a breakfast potluck at work monday morning. so when i get off work sunday night I'm going to fire up the smoker at 2:30 am or so and smoke a few of these bad boys up for the co-workers. i'm gonna be beat but it should be worth it in the long run. i should be off around noon and can nap then.

post #12 of 13

Npw I always scramble my eggs in my breakfast fattie and do them soft too. It helps I think.

post #13 of 13

I scramble like I am making an omlete they are fluffy that was

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