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Horseshoe Breakfast

This is a discussion on Horseshoe Breakfast within the The 'NEW' Kitchen - off the Outback Terrace Bar forums, part of the The Outback Terrace Bar category; Description: Got the idea from 'Diners, Drivins, and Dives' on Food network.. Here's how we ...

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    Default Horseshoe Breakfast

    Description: Got the idea from 'Diners, Drivins, and Dives' on Food network.. Here's how we make 'em
    Serving Size: as many as you like
    Time: 30 min
    Difficulty: Easy

    1. toast or english muffins
    2. ham steak
    3. eggs, cooked with onion and mushrooms,
    4. country gravy
    5. frozen hash browns
    1. Gather your stuff (substitutions make it yours!)
    2. Ham
    3. One piece of toast or half an english muffin per serving
    4. mushrooms, onions, eggbeaters, packaged country gravy mix and frozen french fries or hash browns.
    1. Cook hash browns (patties or loose) or oven fries per directions.
    2. Brown ham steak, set aside (or bake with hash browns)
    3. Saute' mushrooms and onions.
    4. Toast bread or english muffins.
    5. Add eggs or eggbeaters to sauted 'shrooms and onions and cook until slightly browned.
    6. Cook country gravy according to package directions (McCormicks or Pioneer packaged gravy is perfect for this dish)
    7. Now: Put the bread on the bottom (the horseshoe) stack the ham, eggs, hashbrowns (the nails) and smother with gravy!!

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    I have never heard of this before. I would not have thought to put these items together this way. It sounds really interesting. A Full Breakfast Sandwich Meal! Thanks for sharing it. I am hungry for breakfast food now. hehe..


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    Sounds Yummy Tami.

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