Behold, the Lumberjack Breakfast Sandwich! All the elements of a hearty will the day — eggs, toast, sausage, bacon, pancakes and hash browns — a single nifty, stackable, portable package. (Don’t neglect the napkins.)
lumberjack breakfast sandwich
Layers of breakfast meats, a hash brown patty and fried egg are interspersed having a key structural piece: the pancake. Akin to a normal clubhouse, this middle starchy tier is both a condiment layer (douse it in syrup for any salty-sweet combination, slather simply with butter or spike with hot sauce for kick), whilst soaking up those runny egg yolk, sausage and bacon juices.
After breakfast, you’ll expect you’ll tackle the woods…or perhaps a nap for the couch. Which would, again, be completely understandable.
Lumberjack Breakfast Sandwich
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
16 slices cooked bacon
4 cooked hash browns, prepared in line with package directions
4 cooked pancakes
16 uncooked breakfast sausages
4 large eggs
8 components of toast
2 Tbsp butter, more as needed
maple syrup, for serving
hot sauce, for serving
ketchup, for serving
1. Preheat the oven to 200ºF.
2. On a large baking sheet or large ovenproof dish, add bacon, hash browns and pancakes. Keep warm in oven in planning the rest of the ingredients.
3. Remove the sausages from casings; discard casings. Take 4 uncased sausages and squash them into 1 thin patty, just slightly bigger the little bit of bread you’ll be using for toast. Repeat with remaining uncased sausages for the total of four years old patties. In a large skillet, fry patties over medium heat, flipping once, until browned and completely cooked through, approximately 5-7 minutes. Transfer cooked patties to oven for some other ingredients to maintain warm.
4. Using the same pan with residual sausage patty fat, or possibly a clean one having a bit of melted butter swirled about the bottom to scale back sticking, fry the eggs sunny side until the whites have completely set along with the yolks are cooked on the edge however runny. Season eggs with salt and pepper.
5. To assemble, building through the bottom up, get started with 1 little bit of toast, buttered, if desired. Top toast with 4 slices of bacon, 1 hash brown, 1 pancake that was dressed wish (with maple syrup, butter and/or hot sauce), 1 sausage patty and 1 fried egg. Top your stack having a second section of toast. Repeat with remaining ingredients to generate 4 sandwiches. Serve with maple syrup, hot sauce and ketchup. Enjoy!