Peameal Bacon Breakfast Sandwich with Maple Caramelized Onions and a Fried Egg

Peameal Bacon Breakfast Sandwich with Maple Caramelized Onions

Now that I had a batch of maple caramelized onions made it was time to make the breakfast sandwich that I had envisioned using them in. As soon as I think about a breakfast sandwich I immediatly start with bacon and eggs and this time I decided to go with peameal bacon and a fried egg. Of course I fried my egg sunny side up making sure to leave a nice runny yolk as that is really what makes any breakfast sandwich. Up next was the sweet maple caramelized onions to balance the saltiness of the bacon and I finished teh sandwich off with some tangy grainy mustard. Since I alrady had maple in the sandwich I decided to mellow out the grainy mustard a bit by adding more maple syrup to it. I have to say that this is one tasty breakfast sandwich that I look forward to waking up for!

Peameal Bacon Breakfast Sandwich with Maple Caramelized Onions

Peameal Bacon Breakfast Sandwich with Maple Caramelized Onions and a Fried Egg

Salty peameal bacon with sweet maple caramelized onions, tangy maple mustard and a fried egg with runny yolks makes for an amazing breakfast sandwich.

Servings: makes 1 sandwich

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Printable Recipe
  • 2 slices peameal bacon or Canadian bacon or strips of bacon
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon grainy mustard
  • 1 teaspoon maple syrup
  • 2 slices bread, lightly toasted
  • 2 tablespoons maple caramelized onions
  1. Fry the peameal bacon until cooked and set aside.
  2. Fry the egg in the pan.
  3. Mix the mustard and maple syrup.
  4. Assemble sandwich and enjoy.

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daphne said...

what a breakfast... ! That caramelised onions will go well with anything I say!

Randis D. Silas said...

Yes, this will be breakfast! I have no need for a cookbook. I just go online and look at food blogs!

Katie said...

Looks delicious! Breakfast sandwiches are always one of my favorite ways to get going in the morning. I will definitely have to try one with the maple carmelized onions. Those would probably work well with sausage too! :)

Leah said...

yep this is my kinda breakfast!

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

What a magnificent sandwich! So mouthwatering and beautiful.



Girlie Blogger said...

I love breakfast. You never fail to make my mouth water. Need to try this.

tresor said...

Jolie recette

Valérie (France) said...

Il est terriblement appétissant
hier soir chez moi c'était hamburger maison tellement meilleur
Je te souhaite une bonne journée, chez moi c'est une bise glaciale et un -10°C.

B said...

oh my gosh that looks so good! I'm going to read the recipe right now :D

Joanne said...

How do take something that's ALREADY amazing and make it even better? Add maple to it. Those caramelized onions sound like they're the star of hte sandwich!

Monica@TheYummyLife said...

Perfect breakfast. The caramelized onions must put it over the top.

Justin Postma said...

I love all you're recipes!!! There all so delicious! And this breakfast suits me perfectly! And if i need a recipe for a party ore something, I'm definitely going to your blog to get a recipe!!!!

Dylana Suarez said...

This looks so amazing!


Marjie said...

Peameal bacon is wonderful, wish we had it in the states

alcheme said...

You had me at Bacon.

We Are Not Martha said...

I'd be happy eating breakfast sandwiches EVERY day for breakfast. But the addition of caramelized onions?? AMAZING!!!


safire said...

This looks delicious!

bellini said...

Peameal bacon is one of the things that I miss about living in Ontario.

Agricultural Commodity Exports said...

Nice recipe. It is really a delicious breakfast with caramalised onions. Blogs are very good source of knowing about many new dishes & having tasty items as well. thanks for this recipe.

Anonymous said...

Peameal bacon is my life!

Anonymous said...

The sandwich looks gorgeous! But what is peameal bacon?? Is it a local food favorite? Thanks

Anonymous said...

Peameal bacon -- also known elsewhere as Canadian Back Bacon.

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