Archive | May, 2013

Berry-Good Coffee Cake VIDEO

This is the perfect recipe for kids to help make for mother’s day or father’s day.  I always make this cake for breakfast the day after Thanksgiving, and it’s the recipe people ask me for the most.

 

Here’s the recipe:

Berry-Good Coffee Cake

Berry-Good Coffee Cake

Ingredients

  • 4 tbspns butter (1/2 stick)
  • 1 cup sugar mixed with 1/4 cup cinnamon
  • refrigerated buttermilk biscuits- 2 canisters
  • frozen berries, like blueberries and/or strawberries- 16 oz.
  • 1/2 cup lemon juice, or juice squeezed from 2 lemons

Instructions

  1. heat oven to 350 degrees
  2. grease a bundt-cake pan with butter
  3. pour frozen berries into bundt-cake pan
  4. slice biscuits in half
  5. dip each biscuit piece into lemon juice then roll in cinnamon-sugar before placing in pan on top of the berries
  6. once pan is full of biscuit pieces, press down to firm
  7. bake until cooked thoroughly, approximately 45-50 minutes
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Breakfast Steak & Egg Sandwich with Grandma’s Pan Gravy VIDEO

I made this recipe for Breakfast Steak & Egg Sandwich for Father’s Day, but it’s delicious every day of the year.  Enjoy!

 

Check out the recipe here:

Open-Face Steak & Egg Sandwich with Pan Gravy

Open-Face Steak & Egg Sandwich with Pan Gravy

Ingredients

  • Steak, sliced thin- 1 per person
  • French bread, 1-inch slices
  • Eggs- 1 per person
  • salt & pepper
  • canola oil- 2 tablespoons
  • butter- 2 tablespoons
  • milk- 1 cup
  • flour- 2 tablespoons

Instructions

  1. Season steak with salt & pepper
  2. Place bread slices on plate
  3. Heat a oil in medium skillet over medium-high heat
  4. Cook steak, flipping once, until brown on both sides then transfer to bread slices
  5. Fry eggs until medium then transfer atop bread and steak
  6. Melt butter to pan
  7. Add flour and saute until flour browns (will look like peanut butter)
  8. Very slowly pour milk into flour while whisking
  9. Stir until desired consistency- add more milk if too thick or more flour if too thin- (you want the gravy in the pan to be slightly thinner than how you want it on the plate)
  10. Serve gravy spooned over the top of sandwich
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Open-Faced Steak & Egg Sandwich with Pan Gravy

 

 

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