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I have a confession to make – I eat breakfast for dinner more than I eat breakfast for breakfast. Don’t get me wrong, I love breakfast food in the morning.  But my breakfast is usually pretty simple – some toast, a bowl of cereal, some fruit, maybe some muffins if I’m feeling adventurous.  It’s actually pretty rare that we eat a big breakfast for breakfast.  But breakfast for dinner?  I do it all the time!  Since breakfast foods are some of my favorite foods, it only makes sense that I would enjoy them anytime of day!

I was super excited to see a little bonus section with breakfast recipes in the November issue of RR’s magazine.  I really think I want to try every one of the recipes!  But I was initially drawn to these savory waffles.  I’ve been wanting to try savory, beefed up waffles for awhile, and this was my perfect chance!

There are not any suggestions for toppers in the recipe.  I think these are meant to be just eaten plain.  But to me, they were missing a little something.  They were great for snacking on, but actually sitting down and eating a plate of waffles?  They needed some sort of topping.  So I tried 2 different ideas that I thought sounded good.  The first is what is pictured in the first photo above.  It’s a sweet/sour combo.  I did 2 parts ketchup to 1 part maple syrup, and warmed it in the microwave.  It was really good, and tasted like it belonged on these savory waffles, but it is a bit overpowering.  You tend to only taste the topping, and not much of the sausage, potatoes and cheese.

The second was a simple idea, but a delicious one.  Eggs.  Top the waffles with whatever kind of eggs are your favorite.  For me, it was a sunny-side up egg, nice and runny.  This was my favorite, and it screamed out breakfast to me.  I’d definitely go back to these over and over again!!

Sausage, Potato and Cheese Waffles | www.tasteandtellblog.com

Sausage, Potato and Cheese Waffles
from Every Day with Rachael Ray November 2010

serves 6

total time:  40 minutes

1 link sweet Italian sausage (about 3 ounces), casing discarded
1 baking potato, grated and excess water squeezed out
4 tablespoons butter
1 3/4 cups flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 tablespoon chopped flat-leaf parsley
1 1/4 teaspoons salt
1 1/4 teaspoons pepper
2 cups milk
2 eggs, lightly beaten

In a medium skillet, cook the sausage over medium-high heat, breaking it up with a fork, for 5 minutes. Add the potato and butter, lower the heat and simmer until the butter is melted, about 2 minutes. Remove from the heat and let cool, about 10 minutes.

In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, cheese, parsley, salt and pepper. Stir in the milk and eggs until smooth. Stir in the sausage-potato mixture.

Using a waffle maker, cook the waffles according to the manufacturer’s directions.

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12 Responses to Saturdays with Rachael Ray – Sausage, Potato and Cheese Waffles

  1. Kim says:

    Oh yes! I'm a big time breakfast lover too and I love these waffles, especially the ones topped with the egg.

    P.S. Received my signed copy of Bottega a couple days ago. It is a beautiful book and I was so pleased to receive it. Thanks so much!

  2. daphne says:

    oh how interesting! i have never tried savory waffles! these might just tip me over!

  3. Holly says:

    Yum-o!!;) These would be awesome!! Got 2 brunches coming up…maybe I should give these a try:)

  4. Merut says:

    I don't think I've ever made brinner (breakfast for dinner). I usually am not a big fan of waffles, because they are too sweet. But adding the egg instead of syrup is genius!

  5. Monet says:

    I couldn't agree with you more. In the mornings, my breakfasts are usually simple and quick, but Ryan and I love making big all out breakfasts for dinner. So very good! These waffles sound delicious. I can't wait to give these savory treats a try! Thank you so much for sharing with me today. I hope you have a joyful weekend!

  6. teresa says:

    mmmm, i love the beautiful drippy egg on top, this looks wonderful!

  7. Joanne says:

    Haha you and I are so super similar! I never eat big breakfast for breakfast but LOVE it for dinner. These waffles sound perfect for such an occasion!

  8. kat says:

    Yum! I have become a big fan of the savory waffle over the last year topped with things like chicken & maple syrup.

  9. HollyL says:

    These look great! Breakfast for dinner is the best :)

  10. grace says:

    oozy, flowing egg yolk enhances pretty much anything it touches, so why wouldn't it make waffles even more amazing? the sausage idea is wonderful too.

  11. eatme_delicious says:

    OOo I've never seen waffles like this before!! Love the idea. And I'm very intrigued by your ketchup and maple syrup combination.

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