Butter Croissants stuffed with sausage and capers

So Gordon Ramsay has his own cooking show and instead of making people cry he’s making delicious, easy food. The Food Network was on in the kitchen while I was doing something (as is tradition) and he mentioned these amazing things so I dropped everything and went out to buy the ingredients.

Butter Croissants stuffed with sausage and capers

So Gordon Ramsay has his own cooking show and instead of making people cry he’s making delicious, easy food. The Food Network was on in the kitchen while I was doing something (as is tradition) and he mentioned these amazing things so I dropped everything and went out to buy the ingredients.
Cook Time15 mins
Total Time15 mins
Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: French
Servings: 4 serving

Ingredients

  • 4 butter straight croissants
  • 1/4 cup parsley chopped fresh
  • 2 sausages
  • 2 cups cheese shredded
  • 1 tbsp chopped garlic

Instructions

  • Turn on your broiler
  • Cook the sausages in a large pan, when theyu2019re cooked, remove them and cut into diagonal slices. Keep the oils from the sausage in the pan
  • Add the garlic to the pan and saute
  • stir in the capers and saute
  • Add the sausage slices back to the pan, add the parsley and saute til the parsley begins to wilt. Remove it all from the pan, keeping the oils again
  • Cut the croissants to create a small lid.
  • Turn the heat up to high on the pan and toast the croissants in the oil
  • Put the croissants in a baking pan, push out a pocket in each croissant, fill it with the sausage and capers and top with cheese
  • broil without the lids for 1-2 minutes, just enough to melt the cheese

Notes

(I got fancy and used maple syrup and spice sausages, but any spicy sausage will do, a sweet note is a delicious touch)
Ramsay’s recipe called for fontina, but all the cheese shops were closed and Metro didn’t have it. I was gonna use pepper jack but forgot to get it at Metro, so this was just plain ol mozzarella