Sausage Hash With Baked EggsFrom keni 3 years ago
- 1lb cubed potatoes(you can use left over roasted, baked or even frozen) shopping list
- 1lb hot breakfast sausage(or your favorite, of course :) shopping list
- lil olive oil shopping list
- 1 large onion, diced shopping list
- 1 bell pepper, diced shopping list
- 1T fresh thyme, minced shopping list
- 6 eggs shopping list
- about 1 cup fresh grated Parmesan chehese(or cheese, if you insist ;) Thanks, P7O for the heads up on the typo! ;) shopping list
- kosher or sea salt and plenty of fresh ground pepper shopping list
- green onions or chives, sliced shopping list
- hot sauce shopping list
How to make it
- In LARGE cast iron skillet(or other oven save skillet*) heat a lil oil.
- Add sausage onion and pepper and cook a few minutes for sausage to cook and veggies start to soften.
- Add potatoes and try to arrange so that they are on the bottom of the hot skillet. Let set several minutes to brown then flip as much as possible so that the other side of the taters are now on the bottom of the pan. All the taters need to do is cook, but if you can get some of those nicely browned bits, it's even better! ;)
- When taters are browned or cooked just through, mix contents of skillet together, also adding the thyme, a lil salt(if needed) and pepper.
- Remove from heat and make 6 wells in the mixture with the back of a large spoon. Don't let the wells go all the way to the bottom, but make 'em pretty deep.
- Carefully crack and egg into each well.**
- Top with Parmesan and put into a 350 oven to bake 15-20 minutes until eggs are set and cooked to desired doneness.
- Top with green onions and hot sauce to serve.
- *if you don't have a large enough skillet, you can cook the sausage, remove from pan and cook the taters with the veggies, then combine together and bake in a 9X13 pan.
- **to make sure eggs stay whole and fall into wells, just make sure to crack shell gently and hold the egg very close to the well and slowly pull the sides of the shell apart. The egg should drop easily down into the well. :)
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Omg! That's all I can say :)mommyluvs2cook in Santa Fe loved it
Geez, this looks good. I'd like to figure out how to make it for one in my little 6" cast iron skillet.frankieanne in North northern loved it
Great breakfast/lunch. Will make this again. Great idea tossing eggs on top. Next time I will pull it out a bit early... As you can see in my pic, my eggs got a bit over done. Didnt hurt the flavor one bit, tho. Loved it. Thank you : ) More i...moremrpiggy in Mendocino County loved it