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In this video, Betty makes a complete breakfast in one dish, her Breakfast Pizza with Hash Brown Crust. It is very tasty ...
and pays some attention to the amount of fat.
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Hi I’m Betty. Welcome to Betty’s kitchen. Its breakfast time here in Kentucky and I’ve come up with the very quick and easy pizza, breakfast pizza and here is how that goes.
We’re going to start with some hash brown for the crust. Now these are 33 pounds bag of Orada Hash Browns. You can get different varieties but I like this variety and I it out of the freezer last night and put it in the refrigerator so the taste would soft a bit. You can see there are cut into cubes but they’re soft and they’re measurable. I’m not that have planned to mash them. What I might to do is put them on that tray.
I have a pizza pan. You don’t have to use a pizza pan. They can be rectangular middle pan if you want but since I had this, I think it’s going to look nicer as a breakfast pizza if I put it on a pizza pan.
So I’m going to start by spraying that pan. And this just—you need kind of cooking oil; I have been using Canola oil. Now I want to get all of that so it will not stick to the bottom. Then I’m going to spread some of this out and I just want enough to make a layer.
So this is going into a 400 degree oven and first I want to them—want to spray the top. I want them all nice and crispy and I do not want to waste a lot of butter or margarine, I mean I do not want to use a lot to have as much more fat on it. So I’m just doing this spray, this is going in the oven at 400 degrees and not just a few minutes that I’ll bringing back out. In the mean time, I can be fixing something to go on top of it. So here goes.
So this is what your hash brown crust looks like if you baked it in the oven. What I did was to put in there and let it break and I with a tasting, and see if it was crunchy or if it will stand. It took about 29 minutes for us to get done but it was not brown off so I turned the roll along and brown the top a little bit for about three minutes. So that’s just up to you in terms of what you like.
And if this is a crispy enough for you, you can do it according to the package instructions on the top of stove. You have to add for like half bag of the hash browns which I used, you will need to add three tablespoons of oil and then you will crust them up, and then just arrange among the plate like this.
I’m just trying to save a little bit on the oil and this works fine. It does not make a crust that will going to be able to slice a pieces of pizza. We’re going to be just dipping into a very have it nice hash brown flavor along with the other ingredients.
So let’s move on to our next ingredient. I have eggs out here and I need that, we got eggs. I have some margarine over here that is in the even. That is one and one half tablespoons of margarine. And I need to get that nice and hot in order to make some scrambles eggs. So that’s heating up and it will not takes explain to you about the eggs.
For that size of breakfast pizza, I think six slices sounds very right and I think you will feed six people a nice slice or if they want it a two eggs worth and two slices because you can be smooth things on this well. As far as the eggs are concerned actual they then borrow and you’ll all say I have three yolks some on that’s kind of mess up yolk could broke.
The other two yolks are right here to forward to have my scrambles eggs with thoroughly yolks at beginning edge, get hot and we’ll be using it right here. But just turn this around a little bit because where you put it in and then I’ll season it up with salt just to your taste. Just a little bit of shake to here, and pepper if you like that. And I’m not beating this thoroughly because this is not an omelet, this will going to be scrambled. I just want to give them ahead stuff. So I’m going to put them any of it, it looks like its hard enough. It’s not really as hard as I would like. I will turn that off.
And then we add here is to take something like this, and just scramble around but you want that pretty hot. If you do not have a hot then your eggs will be rubbery and tough. So that’s go with hot or the extend scramble.
This is about as done as I have to get those scrambled eggs because we’re going to be put them on the top of our crust and you just need to lay this out have you can. Just try to give it something like this, this is not too bad.
And then the next thing I’m going to put on will be shredded sharp cheddar cheese. So I’m through with that eggs. And if you want to put more pepper on at this point, maybe some freshly ground pepper that we did but since did and we’ve been sizzling already, I think I would just do it at the table. This is sharp cheddar cheese. You do not have to measure this, just put whatever you would put on your pizza for breakfast and just scrambled that over finely evenly.
And then one last ingredient and that last ingredient is some crisp by can. Now it’s already crisp up. I was crisp by ten. Ready to crisp is already pretty cooked. I was keeping it in our freezer and if you need to see how it did that, go to my baked bacon and scrambled eggs breakfast then you’ll see how I made the bacon and how I stored in the freezer.
Then I just get out what I want, here a six slices and if we need that much but our crisp is make for one minute in the microwave because we don’t want a lot of grease dripping down through here. So these are pretty free of fat and grease. Just chop them up and I put them on the top of the cheese instead of having the cheese on top melting down through because that would soften the bacon. And this way is going on the oven, and it will definitely come out crispy. And for me that’s nicer and better.
So just put what you like on there. I think I will stop to hat layer. I put about four and half size long, three and half size is I guessed. So this is hot and I’m going back to the oven with it, the 400 degree oven and we’re just going to off that cheese. And that gives me chance to got my cup of coffee, and I’ll be back to show this up.
All you have to do is melt the cheese and then it’s ready to come out. So you can adopt this anyway you want if you will rather do the hash browns on the stove and get them crispier, that’s fine. If you want to use the different kind of cheese, if you would like to do your eggs in a different way, if you want them fried or if you want them omelet, if you want some like sausage or Canadian bacon or ham. It’s your pizza. So I got my coffee already and its breakfast on here so we’re going to eat.