My husband and I just spend the holidays in Pittsburgh with his mother and my sisters. I love visiting new cities because there is usually so much good food. Pittsburgh was no exception. Our first morning there, we ate at a greasy spoon called Eggs ‘R’ Us with unsurpassable homefries and perfect over-medium fried eggs.
On our last day in the city we tried to eat at Franktuary, a hot-dog place inside a church, but they were closed. My little sister instead took us to a kitschy place in Garfield called Quiet Storm. Their menu was full of unique vegan and vegetarian diner fare.
This morning I whipped up a breakfast sandwich inspired by their Apple Panini. I added some of my homemade breakfast sausage. The sweetness of the apple and jam blend perfectly with the salty sausage and tangy cheddar. The cream cheese brings it all together.
1 thin bagel, or thin bread of your choice
1 breakfast sausage patty
2 slices of granny smith apples
2 slices of sharp cheddar
Heat the sausage patty over medium high until browned on both sides. Lightly toast the bagel and spread the jam on one slice and the cream cheese on the other. Place one piece of apple on each bagel slice and top with cheddar cheese. Place under the broiler till cheddar is melted. Add the sausage patty and enjoy!
2 thoughts on “Apple Breakfast Sandwich”
Yummy yummy! Making it for my next ski day breakfast!
nice! every time i try to recreate the apple panini from the quiet storm it never turns out well. i'll have to try your version.