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BISCUIT BREAKFAST PUDDING
Date:April 25, 2015 Viewing:Click on THUMBNAIL to bring up larger image with captions. There will also be controls for manual or self running slide show. Learn More:ClickHERE to jump to additional Info about this recipe.
Step one was to bake some biscuits. In this case I used buttermilk biscuits, enough to coat the bottom of my baking dish and crumble on top.
The other ingredients are gathered: five eggs whisked to combine, a blend of Gruyere and cheddar cheese, milk, flour in maple flavored breakfast sausages removed from the casing.
The sausage links were browned and chopped up.
The all purpose flour was added…
… and was stirred together with the sausage for about a minute.
The milk was slowly added and stir together with the sausage and was allowed to continue to heat.
After about five minutes the milk, sausage, flour mixture formed a thick gravy.
The buttermilk biscuits were arranged in the bottom of a 13" x 9" casserole dish.
The gravy/sausage mixture was spooned over the biscuits…
… followed by the eggs.
Some of the remaining biscuits were crumbled over the top.
The last step was to sprinkle the cheese blend on top.
The breakfast pudding is on the Egg which is been preheated two 350 degrees.
After 25 minutes the breakfast pudding was done and went back into the kitchen to cool for an additional 10 minutes.
Time to eat!! This dish was surprising in two ways: it was very light in weight, while being very Rich and filling to eat.
This was a great blend of flavors and a little maple syrup on the side complemented the flavor of the maple syrup flavored breakfast sausages.
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This was the first recipe I made from Fred. Thompson’s new Kamado Grill Cookbook. He is a long time grilling cookbook writer who is a recent convert to kamado cooking. Despite the name, this is not dessert. It is dish that is great for breakfast lunch and dinner. It is a combination of ingredients that are great served alone and are even better when combined into one dish. I will let the pictures tell that story of how this item is put together and go straight to the results. This item was surprising light in weight. I was a bit surprised at how light it was. It was also light and fluffy to eat, but was extremely filling. Everyone loved it and we were all surprised at how full we got from a relatively small piece. So don’t look at this as dessert and it is not just for breakfast. It is great any time of the day.