How to make it

  • Brown the sausage in a deep skillet (preferably oven proof)
  • once that's cooked dump in the steak fries and stir to get them coated with greasey goodness
  • let the potatoes brown, stirring a couple of times for even browning
  • whisk the eggs, milk and seasonings together and pour over the sausage and potatoes - layer cheese on top
  • cover and let cook until eggs are mostly set
  • move to the broiler to cook up the tops of the eggs and brown the cheese - if not using an oven proof pan just keep the lid on a while longer til the eggs cook
  • cut into wedges and serve hot

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  • jett2whit 10 years ago
    what a great idea!
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  • gingerlea 10 years ago
    I still remember throwing things together on a very, very tight between payday budget. This would work for supper too.
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  • jenniferbyrdez 10 years ago
    Love this. A couple jalapeno's and I'd be good to go. Thank you.
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  • erisgrrrl 10 years ago
    lol bologna?!?! we must be in the same income bracket bigtime! ;-)
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  • chefmal 10 years ago
    I actually made something very similar to this using kanish slices, cheesy salsa and bologna. I love piecemeal breakfasts!
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