Recipe – Blackdragon’s Kickass Country Breakfast

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My late Christmas gift to you. I haven’t posted a recipe in many years. Recently three different guys mentioned my Blackdragon’s Kickass Chili recipe which reminded me that I have many other awesome-but-healthy recipes that you guys will really like. 

Today I’ll give you my all-time favorite breakfast recipe. I have eaten this for years and have spent years perfecting it. Every time I make it for someone they beg for more. It’s god mode food. It’s spicy, which is awesome. It merges all the best flavors of breakfast, at least in my opinion. 

There are two versions of it: a standard, yummy-but-bad-for-you version and a much healthier keto version. They’re both great so I’ll present both of them here.

Blackdragon’s Kickass Country Breakfast – Bad for You but Awesome Version 



  • ½ pound pork sausage, removed from casings  
  • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter, plus more as needed  
  • 1 cup chopped yellow onion  
  • ½ cup chopped green or red bell peppers (your choice; I like red peppers more) 
  • 1 ½ teaspoons of your favorite Cajun seasoning 
  • ½ teaspoon of your favorite hot sauce  
  • ½ teaspoon salt  
  • ¼ teaspoon freshly ground black pepper  
  • 2 teaspoons minced garlic  
  • 1 large potato, peeled and cubed  
  • ¼ cup chopped fresh parsley 
  • 1 cup organic chicken stock  
  • 5 large eggs  
  • 1 cup shredded sharp or medium (your preference) cheddar cheese 
  • Toast or tortillas (purely optional) 


Warning: this will make your kitchen smell like a greasy restaurant, which is awesome. 

1. Heat an electric skillet or large frying pan over medium-high heat. Only use a skillet/pan that has a cover, because you’ll need it. Add the sausage and cook, stirring to crumble, until browned, for about three minutes. Add the butter. When its fully melted, add the onions, bell peppers, one teaspoon of the Cajun seasoning, the hot sauce, salt, and pepper, and cook, stirring, until soft, which should take about four minutes.  

2. Add the garlic and cook for 30 seconds. Add the potatoes (and additional butter if needed to prevent sticking) and cook, stirring, until lightly browned, which takes about four minutes. Add the parsley and chicken stock, stir well and bring to a boil. As soon as it starts boiling reduce the heat to very low and simmer until the potatoes are soft and stock is absorbed. This will take 10-13 minutes.  

3. Use a spoon and make five indentations in the mixture, one at each point of the compass and one in the middle then crack an egg into each. Cover and cook until the eggs are set but just a little runny, about four minutes. Sprinkle the eggs with the remaining ½ teaspoon of the Cajun seasoning, then cover the entire thing with the cheese.  

4. Re-cover the skillet for about 60 seconds, just enough to melt the cheese. Remove from heat and serve. 

You can eat it with a fork or a spoon, or place it inside tortillas and make breakfast burritos, or serve it on toast. It’s amazing regardless. I usually just eat it with a spoon.  

If you’re more health-conscious, here’s a much healthier version:

Blackdragon’s Kickass Country Breakfast – Lower-Cal Keto Version 

This is the version I usually make. It’s far less greasy, has far less calories, and has almost zero net carbs. It’s still really, really good though. 

Take the above recipe and make the following changes: 

  1. Omit the potato. 
  2. Substitute the sausage with ground turkey breast meat. Make sure not to get ground turkey, but ground turkey breast; there is a difference. Ground turkey breast has less calories. 
  3. Substitute the chicken stock with organic vegetable stock. 
  4. Use four eggs instead of five. 
  5. Use ½ cup of cheese instead of a full cup. 
  6. Don’t use any bread or tortillas. Just eat it with a fork or spoon. 

The directions are the same except you skip the part with the potato.  

Once you eat this stuff (either version), you’ll be amazed at how good it tastes. If you fall in love with it like I did, feel free to experiment with different ingredients to optimize it to your tastes. 

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  • Mark
    Posted at 11:59 am, 26th December 2019

    If you have an Aldi near you, they sell fresh turkey Italian sausages that are considerably lower in fat and calories than the pork variety. This would make an ideal substitute in the keto version above.

  • PVL
    Posted at 07:01 pm, 26th December 2019

    Tomatoes and mushrooms are a good relatively low cal substitute for the potatoes. You can also fry the vegetables in the veggie stock rather than using the butter if you are being particularly well behaved but fat is flavour!

  • Caleb Jones
    Posted at 07:45 pm, 26th December 2019

    turkey Italian sausages

    Those are good. The only problem with putting them into a dish like this is that it might make it too spicy for some.

    Tomatoes and mushrooms are a good relatively low cal substitute for the potatoes.

    That’s a good idea.

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