Grilled Breakfast Sausage Bread

  • By: Jack Mancuso

Grilled Breakfast Sausage Bread - Cuso Cuts

Breakfast is the day’s most important meal, but many folk don’t get very creative with it. Why have cereal or toast when you can enjoy grilled breakfast sausage bread? I love a hardy sandwich in the morning. Besides sausage, you could use pulled porkchicken, or steak and cheese. Get creative and make a meal that keeps you full until the afternoon. 

Grilled Breakfast Sausage Bread Ingredients

  • 1 egg per person (this recipe feeds 6)
  • ½ pound bacon
  • ½ white onion chopped
  • ½ sweet pepper chopped
  • 1 bundle green onioned, chopped
  • Loaf Ciabatta bread
  • 12 slices of Munster cheese 
  • 1 lb breakfast sausage (ground)
  • Salt, pepper
  • Spicy mayo

Grilled Breakfast Sausage Bread Instructions

  1. Cut up the onions, peppers, and bacon using our Executive Knife.
  2. Fry the bacon, onion, and pepper together. 
  3. Once the onions are translucent, add the eggs and green onion
  4. Stir until cooked.
  5. In the meanwhile, hollow out the bread loaf.
  6. Place three slices of cheese in each half on the bottom
  7. Lay down the egg mixture splitting it equally between each half
  8. Put three more slices of cheese on top
  9. Place ½ pound of sausage on top of each half
  10. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. 
  11. Broil on low until it crisps
  12. Drizzle spicy mayo on top, then cut into strips
  13. Serve warm

Tip: you can eat this by hand, but forks are a little easier.

PitMaster Memo 

Ciabatta comes from Italy. The names mean slipper, perhaps because it resembles one shape-wise. One of the best uses for Ciabatta is panini, garlic bread, dipping bread, and sandwiches. It’s a relative newcomer to the bread market as a twist on French baguettes (1982).


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