Take a break from pancakes on the griddle to try these delicious biscuit breakfast sandwiches. The biscuits cook beautifully directly on the griddle and resemble crumpets with their crisp golden exterior and soft doughy interior. The cheesy eggs and crisp bacon are perfectly balanced with a juicy slice of tomato. The sandwiches are easy to customize--you can switch out the pepper jack for your favorite cheese or throw in a few extra veggies with the spinach. The breakfast sandwich world is your oyster!
a 36-inch Blackstone® Griddle Cooking Station; a 12-inch heavy duty round basting cover or dome; a large metal spatula
Set 2 burners to medium and 2 burners to low on a 36-inch Blackstone® Griddle Cooking Station and preheat for 10 minutes.
Meanwhile whisk the eggs in a medium bowl until well beaten. Whisk in 1 teaspoon salt and set aside.
Put the bacon over medium heat in a single layer. Once the fat starts to render, spread some of it to the low-heat side of the griddle, for the biscuits to cook in. Press the individual biscuits between your hands to help flatten and widen them, then arrange them on the low-heat side in a tight circle. Cover the biscuits with a 12-inch heavy-duty round basting cover or dome and cook until golden on one side, about 8 minutes. Uncover, flip each biscuit, cover again and continue to cook until golden and fluffy on the inside, 8 to 10 minutes more.
Meanwhile, as the bacon cooks, move the cooked pieces to the low-heat side of the griddle, positioning them between you and the biscuits; the fat will continue to render and run towards the drain for the biscuits to fry in.
When all the bacon is cooked, after about 8 minutes, reduce the medium-heat side to low. Add the spinach, spread it in a single layer and cook, stirring, until wilted, about 2 minutes. Spread the spinach out over a rough rectangular area covering about a third of the griddle. Pour the eggs over the spinach and with the back of a large spatula, spread the eggs into an even rectangle. Arrange 2 rows of 4 slices of pepper jack cheese on half of the egg rectangle, then top each slice of cheese with a tomato slice. Using a large metal spatula, flip the plain half of the eggs over the cheese- and tomato-topped half, like a book, to enclose the filling. Using the side of the spatula, cut between the cheese slices, resulting in 8 stuffed egg squares.
Split each biscuit in half and fill with an egg square and 2 pieces of bacon. Serve with hot sauce.
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