These could be your next breakfast. That is, if you like that sort of thing in the morning like I do. And, no, these aren’t a knock off of something we had during lunch at middle school, although given the name you would think it was.
You know how something hits you in the middle of the night and you hope that you remember it the next morning? But you’re too lazy to get up and write it down?
Good thing I remembered.
I just made simple corn muffins, hollowed them out and filled them with seasoned ground beef. Then I topped them with cheese and jalapeños and put them under the broiler for a minute to melt.
Recently, Snake River Farms sent me some of their products to try, one of them being Kobe Gourmet Ground Beef – I’ve never heard of Kobe ground beef! The first thing I made with it was burgers.
I could tell it was good; but I always pile so much stuff on my burgers that I don’t think I got the experience that my husband did because he immediately commented on how excellent the beef was (he only put a little ketchup on his – I just don’t understand that kind of thinking).
So, the next morning, I made a small one for myself (yes, for breakfast) and put absolutely nothing on it, just the beef on a slider bun. It was definitely fantastic; I actually loved this little burger with no condiments. Zero, none.
It’s definitely the highest quality ground beef I’ve ever had.
So, back to the muffins.
A simple shot glass.
Sometimes it’s just a simple little thing.
After you make the muffins, just let them cool for about 10 minutes. Using a twisting motion, slowly turn the shot glass right in the center of the top of the muffin. Most of my centers came out intact inside the shot glass. The ones that didn’t were easily removed using a spoon.
Here’s your printable.
And pay a visit to my friends at Snake River Farms ’cause you need some Kobe beef in your life.