CJ's Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Sandwich

CJ's Cinnamon Roll Breakfast Sandwich

Ingredients:

  • Pillsbury Canned Cinnamon Rolls
  • Johnsonville Breakfast Sausage Patties
  • 4 Eggs
  • Jared DICED jalapeño
  • Sharp cheddar slices
  • Unsalted butter
  • Frank’s Hot Sauce 
  • Kosher salt
  • Coarse Black Pepper
  • Blackstone Egg Rings
  • Blackstone warming Rack

Directions:

  1. On one zone of your Blackstone turn your heat on to low and place a small sauce pan in that zone. To that sauce pan add 4tbsp of unsalted butter, the icing from the cinnamon rolls, and 2-3 tbsp of Franks Hot sauce. If you like heat add more sauce. But get it all incorporate so you can taste it first. This should take about 5-6 minutes to melt and incorporate. Be sure to stir occasionally. When it’s done remove it from the Blackstone to cool. This will allow it to thicken up to a syrup style constancy.
  2. Preheat one zone of your Blackstone to low. While it’s starting to heat up open your can of Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls. Set aside the icing for later. On the zone that’s heating up open your stick of unsalted butter and add a light layer of butter. Place your cinnamon rolls down on the griddle top leaving enough space between them to smash. I like to use two spatulas to smash the cinnamon rolls down. One to smash and one to assist in unsticking the roll from the spatula. OR you could use parchment paper for this. DO NOT WALK AWAY at this point, You are going to get a toast on your cinnamon roll in about 60 seconds. If you start something else they will burn quick. Remember you just want a light toast. When you see the toasting on one side flip to the other. When both sides are lightly toasted bring over your Blackstone Warming Rack and set the cinnamon rolls on there to continue to cook. You should already see the dough rising. Keep the rack over the zone you cooked on. The indirect heat will finish the cooking.
  3. Now you can move on to your sausage patties. Turn the heat up to medium, or use a different zone. Place your sausage patties down to cook and smash those out thinner to fit the cinnamon roll bun sizes. Remember the sausage will string a little in cooking so smash them good. Flip when needed and cook thoroughly.
  4. While your sausage is cooking grab your egg rings and crack one egg in each ring. Season with Kosher salt and black pepper. Also at this time we’re going to add out diced jalapeños. If you don’t enjoy jalapeños you can skip this step. After about 2 minutes you can pop off the ring and flip the eggs. If you like a runny yolk you probably shouldn’t flip the eggs.
  5. While the eggs are cooking add some cheese to the top of your sausage to melt. This won’t but a minute or two.
  6. Time to build. Place one egg on one of the cinnamon roll bun, top that with your sausage and cheese and add a spoon full of your sweet heat sauce and top with another cinnamon roll and your all set. Enjoy!
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