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Breakfast Biscuit Sandwich

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A biscuit sandwich with sage sausage, egg, cream cheese and raspberry jam.

Ingredients

  • 1-½ cup Bisquick Baking Mix (or Your Favorite Biscuit Recipe)
  • ½ cups Milk
  • 16 ounces, weight Jimmy Dean Sage Sausage
  • 5 whole Eggs
  • 8 ounces, weight Cream Cheese
  • 5 Tablespoons Raspberry Jam Or Jelly
  • 5 Tablespoons Butter

Preparation

Biscuits:

(The following directions for the biscuits are slightly different than on the box of Bisquick).

Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.

Mix the Bisquick and milk together until a dough forms. Sprinkle a bit of additional Bisquick on a cutting board or work surface.

Lay the dough mixture on the cutting board and knead the dough 10 times. Roll the dough so that it’s approximately 1 inch thick.

Using a biscuit cutter (or the rim of a glass if you don’t have one!) cut 5 pieces of the biscuit dough – you may just get 3 or 4 biscuits out of your first cut – then reroll the scraps and cut the remaining 1 or 2 pieces of biscuit dough. Place the cut out biscuits onto an ungreased cookie sheet and bake for 7 to 9 minutes.
Then remove from the oven and let cool before slicing them horizontally.

Sausage

Open your package of sausage and make patties of sausage – they tend to shrink a bit after cooking so make them a bit larger than the diameter of the biscuit and as thin as possible (the entire package of sausage should yield 7 so you should have 2 extra).

Cook the sausage over medium heat until nicely browned on all sides and no longer pink in the middle. After the sausage patties are cooked, lay them on a paper towel to get rid of the excess grease.

Eggs

A microwave egg cooker is a handy way to make eggs in a size that fits well in a biscuit. (If you don’t have one of these handy gadgets an option is to make fried eggs and just fold them so they fit in the biscuit).

If you have a microwave egg cooker . . . put the egg cooker on a plate that is safe to go in the microwave. Then put an egg in each cup. Then poke holes in the yoke with a fork. Then add a smidgen of water into each one of the cups with the eggs.

Snap the egg cooker closed and put a paper towel over the top. Cook in the microwave on high for 1 minute 38 seconds (time may vary depending on the microwave). Remove the eggs from the cooker with a spoon.

Cream Cheese

Cut 10 fairly thick pieces off of the block of cream cheese (you will use approximately 3/4 or more of the package).

Assemble the Sandwich

Spread butter and raspberry jam/jelly on each slice of the biscuit (both the top and bottom slices). Put a slice of cream cheese over the raspberry jam on the top slice of the biscuit.

To the bottom slice of each biscuit, add another slice of cream cheese, a sausage patty, and an egg. Salt and/or pepper the egg to taste. Cover with the top slice of the biscuit.

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