Here we have "Texas Breakfast"...
- 3 beaten eggs
- One small roma tomato
- 4 Red Lobster Cheddar biscuits
- Some green onion
- Mushrooms and onions (your preference)
- Shredded cheddar cheese
- Sweet corn
- Filet mignon or left over steak
All of these ingredients were in the refrigerator and/or were leftovers. I first cut holes out of the middle of the each biscuit and put them in a frying pan. Then cracked the eggs in a cup, cut the corn from the stalk and mixed it to make a scramble.
Let that sit and then pour some oil in a different sauce pan and sautee the mushrooms and the onions. While that's cooking down pour in your scramble in the center of the biscuits and press down with your turner in order to have the eggs cook on the bottom so the yolk doesn't run out. Then let it cook for a couple minutes and flip them over to cook the other side.
Stir your onions and mushrooms and then dice up your tomato and green onions to top on your biscuit. Slice up the leftover steak into slivers and you can either have them cold on top or put them in the frying pan for a 30 seconds or so on each side.
If the eggs are looking cooked and ready to go, sprinkle some cheddar cheese over the biscuits and cover with a saucepan top to melt.
Once everything looks like it's ready (cheese melted, and veggies sauteed) then start plating! Put the biscuit on the plate and sprinkle tomatoes and green onions on top. Take two slices of steak and place them on the top as well. Salt and pepper to taste.
Feel free to customize how you want based on your last nights dinner! That's part of the fun! :)
Not pictured: the fried down and cubed twice baked potato leftovers and the thick cut bacon
*I like to mix in garlic salt and onion salt with pepper into the egg scramble, but that's just a preference