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Fattie Benedict

troy fuller

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So a breakfast Fattie (ham, diced potato, onion, and jalapeno) with chipolte breakfast sausage (you gotta love HEB). Now begin with a toasted English muffin, slice the fattie, and pan fry it to warm it up and re-crisp it.

Butter the English muffin and place the browned fattie slice on it, top with a poached egg (runny yolk is required) and spoon hollandaise over the top . . . absolutely magic!





 

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All I can say is can either of you come to my house and cook for me ?  Both of you rocked that dish and I would love to eat either one. Thanks to both for a great inspiration  
 

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That looks just awesome.
 

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Awesome! Great looking plate!   
 

ccpropilot

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That looks simply amazing. How about the sauce? How'd you make it??? Looks amazing.
 

eriksp

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That thing is beyond a masterpiece. It looks incredible.

I also would like to know about the sauce.
 

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HEY COWGIRL !!!!................ Do the cherries help with the fat and cholesterol ????????

Not that I would worry......life is too short to worry about that stuff.............
   Dave
 

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troy fuller

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Thanks for the replies everyone . . . Yes, Cowgirl I have read just about everything on your awesome site and the diagonal weave was a result of seeing the pictures you posted . . .

The sauce is just a typical hollandaise like the one found here: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/tyler-florence/hollandaise-sauce-recipe/index.html.  It is pretty simple.

I have also chopped up the fattie and combined it with some scrambled eggs and cheese to make breakfast tacos that are out of this world!
 

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