Okay, trust me on this one. This breakfast hot dog is the prime way to start your day, especially after a night you had a little too much fun. So make this July 5th for your recovery breakfast!
It’s a very hard pill to swallow, the moment you realize your husband isn’t perfect. Yesterday was that day for me. Why you ask? Read on dear friend. And join me in my heartache.
It’s all because Ben has emphatically stated and deemed bacon an unnecessary meat. UNNECESSARY? BACON?!
Who have I married?! What kind of lie have I bee living in for the last 6 years?
Today I live my truth, that I will not rest until he has come to love bacon.
Since we didn’t have anything else planned for dinner, and I was running out of light to shoot these beautiful BACON FILLED creations with last night, Ben helped and I charged him with cooking the bacon, to which it was revealed he had never cooked bacon before in his life.
It was unnecessary he said. Bacon is unnecessary. *Cue knife murder old timey movie music*
So then I got mad and MADE him figure out how to cook the bacon. After asking if it was “done” and me peering into the pan to inspect it, I told him to figure it out himself. Everyone needs to know bacon and how to cook it so that it’s mystical properties shine through.
As you can see before you, these breakfast dogs came together splendidly and the bacon on top is perfect. So all is not lost in our marriage, and hopefully one day, may not today, maybe not tomorrow – but one day we will recover from this tragedy.
Until then, eat more hotdogs!
Breakfast Hot Dog
4 All Beef Hot Dogs
4 Buns, toasted
1 package frozen Hashbrowns, use frozen packaged or these DIY Hashbrowns
1/4 cup Cilantro, minced
5 Slices Bacon, cooked and chopped
In a large electric skillet or other skillets, prepare hash browns according to package direction in one half of the pan. In the other half of the pan prepare bacon, cook until done and drain on paper towels until ready to chop and top on to your hot dog.
When the bacon is done, place beef hot dogs into the pan and heat until ready. Remove hot dogs from the pan and a set aside to rest momentarily. Crack eggs into the pan and let cook, sunny side up until the egg whites are set and cooked through.
To assemble. Place toasted hot dog bun on a plate, top with cooked all beef hot dog. Top with cooked and crispy hashbrowns, one egg per hot dog, minced cilantro and crumbled bacon. Serve immediately with ketchup or hot sauce.