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Morning Tailgating Recipe: Kielbasa Breakfast Sliders

Breakfast sandwiches are a great option for feeding a crowd for breakfast.  They're quick, easy, and you don’t need to worry about them looking perfect. Plus, they are always crowd pleasers!


To kick the standard breakfast sandwich up a notch, I went the smaller route and made these Kielbasa Breakfast Sliders.

The base of these sliders are delicious, soft Hawaiian sweet rolls. Filled with Kielbasa, instead of the normal sausage or bacon, and then your gooey eggs and cheese, this sandwich is fun twist on the standard sausage-egg-and-cheese breakfast combo. Plus, since they are sliders, the bite-sized sandwiches are perfect for easy eating and even easier clean-up! 

 

 

Ingredients
  • 1 12-count package of Hawaiian Sweet Rolls
  • 12 Eggs
  • 6 slices of aged white cheddar, cut in half
  • Yellow mustard
  • Salt and pepper
  • Olive oil, for cooking
Directions

Break apart the Hawaiian Sweet Rolls and cut them in half. Set aside until ready to assemble the sliders.

Slice the Kielbasa into 1/4-inch thick coins and cook over medium-heat until they are fully cooked and lightly browned. Leave the kielbasa in the pan over low heat to keep warm while cooking the eggs.

To cook the eggs, add a little bit of olive oil in a pan over medium-low heat. Once hot, crack 2-4 eggs into your pan, depending on the size of your pan (You don’t want to overcrowd the pan). Cover the eggs and cook until the yolks are set and not runny. If you like your eggs a little runny, just cook the eggs about a minute less than normal. 

While cooking the eggs, add salt and pepper to the top of the eggs and a couple minutes prior to the eggs being finished, add a slice of cheese on top of each egg. Once finished, remove the pan from the heat and separate the eggs from each other.

 

 

To assemble, spread yellow mustard on one side of the Hawaiian Sweet Roll. Fill each roll with 1 egg and then place 2 slices of the Kielbasa on top of the egg and cheese. Serve immediately.

These are best enjoyed right after serving and shouldn’t be made in advance. If you're headed to a tailgate offsite, be sure to make them, place them in a pan and cover with aluminum foil. Serve reheated or staying warm in a chafing dish, if possible.

Makes: 12 sliders

 

More Tailgating Must-Haves: 

The Tailgating Collection from Stock Yards

NFL Team Popcorn Tins from The Popcorn Factory

Game Day Snacks from Harry & David

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