The Most Efficient Breakfast
The most efficient breakfast must consist of three things: simplicity, deliciousness, and efficiency.
How to be an Efficient Cook
The first thing you'll need is a kitchen. Don't try to cook in a doghouse or library.
Next, you should try to catch yourself up on cooking-related tips and tricks. There are many, but here's a list of all the major ones:
Put eggs in everything. If something has eggs that doesn't normally have eggs, I guarantee it will taste better. Eggs provide texture, support, consistency, and flavor. No eggs does not provide that.
Wash your hands frequently. If you don't wash your hands while cooking, then your fingers won't be smooth enough to open the door to your kitchen.
Read the directions before the ingredients. Reading the directions lets you get more familiar with the recipe. By reading the steps before the ingredients, you'll be able to know what sort of things your recipe likes: its hobbies, favorite restaurants, clothing style, etcetera.
Have a dog on standby. Dogs act as automatic garbage disposals. They're always ready to suck down your junk.
Be skinny. Having less meat on your bones will allow you to make quick judgement calls.
Prep: 15 min | Cooking: 1 hr | Total: 1 hr 15 min
Hash browns, frozen (one 20-oz. bag)
Butter (2 tbsp)
Onions, diced (1/2 cup)
Italian ground sausage (1 lb.)
Cheddar cheese, shredded (2 cups)
Large eggs (6)
Half-and-half (3/4 cup)
Dried oregano (2 tsp)
Salt & Pepper (to taste)
Defrost hash browns. Preheat oven to 350 °F. Grease a 9x9 casserole dish. Go for a jog.
Melt butter in a skillet over medium-high heat. Saute onions for 5 minutes. Add sausage, chop up using a spatula, and cook until fully browned (about 6 minutes).
Spread hash browns on the bottom of your casserole dish and dump sausage on top.
In a small bowl, beat together eggs, half-and-half, oregano, salt, and pepper. Pour mixture evenly throughout the casserole dish.
Place in oven and bake for 40-50 minutes. Take out, dish, and serve.