Burger King« Breakfast Sandwiches

Burger - Burger King Breakfast Sandwiches You can have your eggs and sausage and biscuits sitting next to each other on the plate like all the

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Sheet1 Page 1 Burger King® Breakfast Sandwiches You can have your eggs and sausage and biscuits sitting next to each other on the plate like all the traditional folks out there, or you can get vertical with this top secret breakfast-in-sandwich from the world's number two fast food chain. And if you prefer a croissant to a biscuit, I've got that version for you, too (along with the special way to get bigger, circular croissants). A great way to make the eggs for these breakfast sandwiches is to pour the beaten egg into a well-greased mold made from an empty pineapple can. Just cut both ends off an 8-ounce pineapple can - you know, the short cans that have crushed or sliced pineapple inside. Oh, and take the pineapple out. Then, before you know it, you'll be making perfectly round eggs like the fast food pros. Biscuit Sandwich 1 small can (5 biscuits) Pillsbury Grands Buttermilk Biscuits melted butter Non-stick cooking spray 5 eggs salt ground black pepper 10 ounces ground breakfast sausage (such as Jimmy Dean) or 10
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2011 for the course FOOD 101 taught by Professor Dr. during the Spring '11 term at CA Culinary.

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Burger - Burger King Breakfast Sandwiches You can have your eggs and sausage and biscuits sitting next to each other on the plate like all the

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