Breakfast at the Grill: The usual sandwiches, from fruit to eggs benedict | food

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A boring breakfast sandwich can be rehabilitated by grilling it for a number of reasons. First, breakfast sandwiches gain more flavor when grilled. Bread, buns are well spread with butter (or mayonnaise) and smoke adds even more flavor. Finally, along with a selection of cheeses and other ingredients, the various flavors interact on the grill to create a cheesy, delightfully gooey sandwich.


  • 1 egg;
  • 1-2 pieces of cheese;
  • 1 piece of cooked bacon or sausage;
  • 4 tablespoons of unsalted butter;
  • salt;
  • pepper;
  • hot sauce (optional);
  • 2 slices of sourdough bread or 2 slices of bread of your choice.


  • Fry the egg until the yolk hardens. Salt and pepper and set aside. If you like hot sauce, you can use it as a condiment;
  • Butter both slices of bread, then add cheese, meat and egg;
  • Grill sandwich on both sides over medium heat until browned and cheese is melted;
  • Cut in half diagonally and serve.

Baked Bacon and Grits Pies


  • Black pepper 1 teaspoon;
  • 3 slices of cooked and chopped bacon;
  • 946 ml cooked instant semolina;
  • 2 teaspoons chopped fresh parsley;
  • 1 teaspoon of garlic powder;
  • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh or 1 teaspoon dried thyme;
  • 57 grams 1/2 cup shredded white cheddar cheese.


  • Combine first 7 ingredients in large bowl;
  • Pour the grits into an oiled or sprayed 25cm square baking dish and spread evenly. Cover and refrigerate 1 hour or until completely chilled;
  • Prepare the grill;
  • Turn groats onto a cutting board, cut into 4 squares;
  • Cut each square diagonally into 2 triangles;
  • Place semolina triangles on an oiled grill grate and cook for 5 minutes on each side or until lightly browned and heated through.

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Swap out boring grapefruit segments for grilled versions. Grilling naturally caramelizes and brings out the sugars in the fruit.

Oil heated on the grill gives the fruit extra flavor. The possibilities for experimentation are endless, but fruits that retain their shape well, such as apples and pears, are best suited. They don’t turn to mush when grilled.

You can do even more – grilling some meat like cured ham, which tastes great with lots of fruit, especially watermelon, will definitely make breakfast more casual.


  • 5 apricots, cut in half;
  • 4 slices of cured ham, cut into thirds and rolled into cylinders;
  • 10 small pieces of brie cheese;
  • honey;


  • Heat grill to medium heat;
  • Brush the apricot halves with a drizzle of oil or spray with cooking spray. Place the apricots, cut side down, on the grill and grill for a few minutes, or until they are slightly soft and show grill marks;
  • Place the apricots on a plate and immediately top with a slice of brie cheese and a rolled piece of cured ham. Drizzle the apricots with honey and serve.

Grilled Sausage with Egg and Kale Photo/Grilled Sausage with Egg and Kale Photo/Grilled Sausage with Egg and Kale

What’s breakfast without sausages? When grilled, they take on a good shade and acquire a mild smoky flavor and aroma.

These easy grilled sausages with eggs and kale are not only delicious, but nutritious.


  • 2 cups chopped kale;
  • 1 medium-sized sweet yellow onion;
  • 1 cup desired mushrooms;
  • olive oil;
  • 4 pieces of sausages);
  • 4 eggs;


  • Coarsely chop the cabbage;
  • Fry onion in olive oil in a pan over medium heat. When they become transparent, add the mushrooms;
  • When the mushrooms and onions are soft, add the cabbage;
  • Fry the sausage;
  • When the cabbage is bright, remove from the heat and break four eggs into the center. Place a cast iron pan in the center of the grill or over indirect heat;
  • Place the sausages on the grill, making sure it is covered as the eggs need to be cooked well.

Eggs Benedict Burgers Photo/Eggs Benedict Hamburgers Photo/Eggs Benedict Hamburgers

When you think of serving hamburgers for breakfast, you need simple ingredients – hollandaise sauce, corned beef, an English bun and eggs. We do everything as described below and grill it with a beef patty. You can use crispy bacon or ham for seasoning if you prefer.


  • 3 large egg yolks;
  • 1 tablespoon of water;
  • 1 stick of unsalted butter, cut into 8 pieces;
  • 1/2 lemon juice;
  • salt;
  • pepper;
  • 450 grams of lean ground beef;
  • dusk;
  • pepper;
  • Worcestershire sauce;
  • 3 eggs, fried or boiled;
  • 3 slices bacon, cooked until crisp;
  • English muffins or hamburger buns.


  • Heat grill to medium heat;
  • In a heatproof bowl set over a saucepan of simmering water, whisk the egg yolks with the water until the mixture thickens (about 5 minutes);
  • Remove from heat and stir in lemon juice;
  • Stir in 1-2 sticks of butter until melted;
  • Season with salt and pepper. Keep warm, adding 1-2 teaspoons of hot water if the sauce is too thick;
  • Season the ground beef with a pinch of salt, black pepper and a few dashes of Worcestershire sauce;
  • Divide ground beef into 3 equal portions and form into patties;
  • Grill after 4-5 minutes. on each side until cooked to desired tenderness;
  • Place scones on buns, top with crispy bacon, egg and a spoonful of hollandaise sauce.

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