Soyrizo Breakfast Pie

Soyrizo Breakfast Pie

My meat loving family & friends cannot get enough of this breakfast pie we make… & jokes on them; there is NO MEAT in it! :) Literally whenever anyone has to be at our home early in the day, this is my most requested breakfast item. Why? Because it’s fucking HEAVENLY!! I wish there was an even more intense word for delicious, because I would use it, it’s that necessary. My meat loving friends think there’s meat in it, while my vegetarian friends are skeptical that it’s actually 100% vegetarian. IT IS. It’s just that WHOA with flavor! This is now my #1 most requested recipe from the people that have tried it. So for all that have asked for this recipe… IT’S HERE!! You’re welcome! <-- Not to sound cocky, scouts honor!


It’s super easy with only a handful of ingredients, so get your ass out of bed & start making this PRONTOOO! Don’t pass this recipe up because I can guarantee you’ll make this again, & again, & again; no question! I’m a huge hot sauce fan so the obvious & ONLY choice to douse this in is chili garlic Cholula—duh. Honestly though, it’s so fudging bomb on its own it doesn’t even need it. I just strive to make my tongue to go numb from the mass amount of spice at every meal *shrugs*. I get that from my dad <3


Wait no further my friends, scroll for the secret recipe you’ve been waiting for! This breakfast pie is perfect to make on the weekend with a little mimosa action on the side (not necessary, just saying)!

 

NOTE  |******* My friend Julia made this recipe EVEN healthier by subbing out the tater tots with CAULIFLOWER TOTS :O Yaaaassssssss!!!!! Check out her comment below to see just what she did! 

 


Serves: 9” Pie Pan (about 10 slices)
Prep Time: You tell me…

 

SHIT YOU’LL NEED:

|  TATER TOT CRUST  |

Butter, to lightly coat the pie pan

2 cups tater tots, frozen (2 cups-ish… shit’s not easy to measure!)

1 ½ Tbsp olive oil (or just what’s needed to lightly coat the tots)

¾ tsp garlic salt

¼ tsp pepper

¼ tsp poultry seasoning (NO it does NOT contain any actual meat folks)

1 tsp herbs de Provence OR Italian seasoning (whichever one you have on hand, it doesn’t matter)

|  EGG MIXTURE  |

6 whole eggs

4 egg whites (I try to be “healthy” & watch that ol’ cholesterol! I don’t even know the real truth behind the yolk to be honest. LIKE ARE THEY GOOD OR BAD CHOLESTROL?! AM I REALLY ONLY ALLOWED ONE YOLK A DAY?! IS THAT A MYTH ALLTOGETHER?!?! Shit’s confusing *cries*)

1 tsp garlic salt

¼ tsp pepper

¼ tsp poultry seasoning

1/3 cup milk (can sub for dairy-free, it works just as well)

|  VEGGIE SOYRIZO MIXTURE  |

1 tbsp olive oil

½ yellow onion, small dice

½ red bell pepper

½ green bell pepper (or just one whole bell pepper of the same color; I don’t really care. I just like the different colors)

Pinch S&P

6 oz Soyrizo (half the package, which I buy at Vons)

|  OPTIONAL  |

¼ - ½ cup cheddar cheese, shredded

Avocado slices to top

 

HOW TO DO THE SHIT:

|  TATER TOT CRUST  |

1.    Heat your oven to 400 degrees F.

2.    Lightly coat the bottom & sides of the pie pan with butter (a little goes a long way—I’m not trying to clog your arteries here ;) Set aside.

3.    Toss the frozen tater tots with olive oil & seasonings in a bowl to coat.

4.    Heat a non-stick pan to medium high heat. When pan is HOT, add your tater tots & cook 5 minutes so the tots thaw a bit.

5.    Smash the tots down in the pan with a large spoon & cook another 5-10 minutes (flipping occasionally), until golden or to your desired level of crispiness!

6.    Put hot tots in the bottom of your pie pan & smash down (like a crust). Set aside.

|  VEGGIE SOYRIZO MIXTURE  |

1.    Heat the oil in a sauté pan over medium high heat. When the pan is good & hot, add your onions & bell pepper(s).

2.    Sprinkle just a pinch of salt & pepper over your veggie onion mixture.

3.    Sauté for about 3 minutes, just to soften the veggies a bit.

4.    Add the soyrizo & heat through for another 3-5 minutes.

5.    Put the mixture on top of the tater tot crust baby!!!!

|  EGG MIXTURE  |

1.    In a large bowl crack your eggs & whites.

2.    Add seasonings & milk & whisk those puppies so your breakfast pie is nice & light!

3.    Pour eggs right on top of the veggie soyrizo mixture.

4.    Put the pie in the oven & bake for 35 minutes.

5.    If putting the optional cheese, add your cheese after the 35 minutes & broil on high until nice & golden.

6.    You can add avocado slices but it is completely optional & not necessary.

7.    Enjoy that meatless breakfast pie! Go ahead… have another slice.

8.    I dare you not to ;)

 

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Comments

Submitted by Julia Malone (not verified) on Fri, 11/10/2017 - 08:34

This has definitely been added to my recipe box. It's great for weekend breakfast recipes, brunch get-togethers, or even making it as something easy and delicious to heat up throughout the week!

I substituted with Green Giant Cauliflower Tots for a little healthier alternative. I definitely had to bake those a little longer before hand to get them as crispy for the crust (20min @400 degrees). I did not use avocado but put salsa and cilantro on top. DELICIOUS! Thanks Katrina! ❤️

Julia thank you so so much for trying this recipe out!! I am SUPER fudging stoked it's a keeper for you! I am LOVING the cauliflower tots substitution--I am going to make a note in the recipe & let them know to look at your comment <3 I'm also going to have to try that out next time I make it :) Woohoooo!! Thanks again girl!!

Submitted by Nicole (not verified) on Sun, 01/14/2018 - 09:00

I love it when my kids ask me...."Mom, can you make Katrina's soyrizo breakfast pie?" Thank you so much for sharing!

Nicole that seriously makes my MONTH hearing that!!!! Growing boys nonetheless haha!! Thank you so much for trying this recipe!

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