Tuesday, March 18, 2008

St Patrick's Day After...


Corned Beef Hash with Eggs and Cheesey

Leftover Corned Beef and Potatoes, Diced.
Half an Onion, TinyDiced
3-4 Eggs (However many you and your peeps will eat)
Dry Mustard
Salt and Pepper

Preheat Broiler

In oven-proof skillet, saute onions in butter, browning them. Sprinkle with paprika and mustard while cooking. Add salt and pepper. Add more butter and potatoes, browning the potatoes (Slightly crunchy on the outsides).
Add corned beef and warm through.
Sprinkle cheese on top. Allow to melt slightly

Crack eggs on top of the Corned Beef Hash.
Cover and allow to set.
Place under broiler for 2 minutes, carefully monitoring the yolks so they do not cook through. They should be "Over Medium" in consistency.

Plate and Serve with Deli Mustard.

YUM :)

Monday, March 17, 2008

So, Sam Made a Fritatta The Other Night...

So, Sam Made This Fritatta...

...And it looked REALLY Good. So I, being both inspired and hungry this morning, made my own version. (I didn't have all of her ingredients in the house) This is what I got.

I call it....

It's Sam's Fault Fritatta

This be what I did:
4 eggs
2 English Muffins, sliced, then cubed, then baked to dry/toast
3/4 cup milk
1/3 cup grated Parmesan Cheese
1/4 cup shredded Cheddar Cheese
Dry Mustard
Half a small onion, TinyDiced (TinyDiced... Think onions on a white castle burger.)

Preheat oven to 350.
On a foil lined cookie sheet, bake 6 slices bacon for about 15 minutes. Lay on paper towel to drain.
Also toast the English Muffin Cubes and set aside to cool.

While bacon is baking, beat eggs, milk, both cheeses, salt, pepper, and dry mustard. Stir in English Muffin Cubes and allow to sit while bacon cooks.

Preheat an oven-proof saute pan, add some bacon grease and the TinyDiced onions. Cook until translucent, sprinkling with a dash of salt. Pour the egg mixture into the saute pan and let the bottom set (Thanks, Sam! That caramelization with the eggs on the onions was freaking AWESOME!)
Tear /crumble the bacon slices into smallish chunky pieces. Sprinkle over the top of the eggs. Sprinkle with paprika, and put the entire thing into the oven. Bake until the eggs are set and there are ooey gooey melty cheesey bubbles on top.

Slice and serve. If you're trashy like me, you can totally put ketchup on the table. It was also great with sliced fruit.

Freakin YUM!