Spicy Breakfast Sandwich
Cook Time: 7 minutes
Spiciness Level: 4/7
- 1 Cinnamon Crust Bagel
- 2 Farm Fresh Eggs
- 2-24 Slices Cheese (any kind, really)
- 1-2 Tbsp Bacon, Bits, Tips or Other
- 1 Tbsp Grass Fed Butter
- Fartley Farms Ginger Reaper Hot Sauce
- Prepare bacon or bacon bits so that you’re not fighting spitting hell demons while trying to prepare the rest of the sandwhich and set aside
- Add grass fed butter to pan and prepare eggs as you see fit (scrambled, fried, sunny side up, etc. and don’t forget to season with salt and pepper)
- Half and toast bagel in preparation for freedom of assembly
- When eggs are almost done, add cheese slices to so that they can melt into a beautiful cheesy blanket
- INGREDIENTS ASSEMBLE! Add first egg/cheese combo on the bottom slice of the bagel, follow with bacon and drips of Ginger Reaper (dab at your own risk 🔥)
- Follow with second egg/cheese combo and finish with top slice of bagel
- Serve with a side of Ginger Reaper for dipping because let’s face it, we are all here for face melting goodness
Recipe via #1 Fartley Farms Tester Ancho Amanda. To acquire the Fartley Farms Ginger Reaper Hot Sauce, follow this link.
So you’re stuck inside, huh? Well no worries friend-o, we’ve got you covered with an awesome breakfast sandwich to help your mornings start off on the right foot. Most people tell you a whole story before they give you the recipe, but we like to do the opposite. Recipe first, fun story after.
Ancho Amanda sent this along after making some bagels during quarantine and we were stoked to get all the photos too!
This breakfast sandwich gives you a lot of options for customizing to the needs/desires of your stomach/tastebuds. “Am I restricted to two pieces of cheese?” You certainly are not. Cheese it up, fam. “What if I like pepper jack cheese?” You are amongst friends and we applaud your dedication to spicy dairy.
Similar to clouds, we like to look at our eggs and try to see what signs they are sending to us. What do these eggs look like to you? This is another chance for customization. Eggs apparently can be done at least 100 ways (we’re only now finding out), so do what feels right and go from there.
For the best sandwiching experience, melt your cheese while the eggs are still in the pan! If you wait, your eggs will be warm, but not warm enough to get a real good melt to the cheese. Some folks cover the pan with a lid to speed up the process, but you do you. If you’re the type to stack 12 slices per egg, expect it to take a little longer.
As described in the directions above, stack everything nice and neat for best consumption. Add on the sauce of your choosing (we’ve got three we think you’d like) and complete your sandwich by placing the final half of your bagel on top of everything. If you’ve done an over easy egg, we recommend cutting the bagel in half and watching as the yolk oozes out.
Try it out and let us know what you think! How do you tend to do your eggs?