Egg and Sausage Stack on Sourdough Toast

I was craving something for a late breakfast the other day, but wanted something a little more hearty. This post was inspired by the one and only Peter Pevoto. He posted a picture of his eggs in a nest breakfast on my Facebook wall, and the idea of eggs in a nest inspired this eggs in a red bell pepper idea. Hope yall enjoy!

You’ll need:

Fresh Sourdough Bread (thinner breads might fall apart, so choose a bread with some substance)

1 Egg

Sausage

Fresh Garlic

Fresh Bell Pepper

Crushed Red Pepper

Olive Oil

At the last minute, I threw a little of my homemade Spicy Italian Dipping Sauce on top

Mince the garlic.

I cooked everything in the same pan. I used a cast iron skillet and highly suggest you use cast iron if you have one. Place minced garlic in the pan and generously drizzle with olive oil.

Place your bread in the pan and brown on both sides.

Each side should look something like this. Those spots on the bread are the garlic.


I added crushed red pepper and some fresh garlic to the sausage patty before cooking. Be sure to evenly mix the extra ingredients into the meat before cooking.

This is my attempt at making the sausage patty in the same shape as the bread.

Be sure to cook the sausage all the way through.

Wash and slice the red bell pepper, removing the ribs and seeds.

Drizzle extra olive oil in the skillet and place the bell pepper slice in. Crack the egg into the bell pepper slice. If your slice does not have even edges, some of the egg whites might slip out, not a big deal.


If you like your eggs sunny side up, then skip this step. I cracked the yolk on mine and flipped it, creating a fried egg.

Now, plate the bread with the sausage and bell pepper with egg on top. I added some Italian dipping sauce herbs for extra flavor. Hot sauce or pico de gallo would go great as well.

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7 Comments

  1. Leah Pigg (@OhMissPiggy) November 3, 2011

    DAMN! I am going to have to try this.

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    • nparamore November 3, 2011

      So yummy, maybe for brunch before the game?!?

      Reply
  2. claine November 3, 2011

    this looks amazing and right up my alley!! i’d LOVE this as a pre-gameday brunch!

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    • nparamore November 3, 2011

      Wow! CLaine approved! I feel so special haha

      Reply
  3. EverydayI'mGlowing November 3, 2011

    ummm so I’ll be having brunch at your house more often!

    Reply
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