Saturday, October 9, 2010

Breakfast at Supper Time

Since my husband and I both work and do not take time in the morning to fix breakfast. We often have breakfast foods for supper. One of our favorite is a Cook's ham steak browned on both sides in a skillet. This brings out the wonderful flavor of the ham in the photo below.
He will take red potatoes, cut them in fairly large chunks, and cooks them with big slices of onion. He uses as little cooking oil as possible during the cooking process to make them tender. He does not take off all the potato skins because it adds to the taste of the potatoes.
Next he puts the eggs on his griddle.
He likes his eggs with a more "runny" yoke and I prefer a yoke that is a bit more firm. Again he uses a little oil on the grill as possible just to keep the eggs from sticking. He has found that if he puts the cooking oil in a squirt bottle he does not pour out as much oil.

The eggs do not always turn out perfect which makes him crazy.
On the other end of the grill he places buttered bread and toasts it on both sides while the eggs are cooking. Ham, fried potatoes, onions, eggs and toast make the perfect supper. We might also have sausage, biscuits and gravy or bacon, eggs and toast.

What is your non traditional supper favorites? Leave a comment at the end of this post.

1 comment:

  1. Those yummy potato pancakes would be wonderful with "breakfast for supper"!