My family are big time pancake eaters. Ugh! And I am not. I am always looking for new ideas where eggs and sausage can be in the spotlight.
And this time I knocked out of the park.
Awe. Stop. No really.
Thank you! Thank you! 🙂
All kidding aside, it has been ages since I fixed a Sausage Potato Hash. I don’t know why. I simply must not have remembered how out of the world good this dish is.
It is the only excuse I can think of.
The beauty of Sausage Potato Hash is that is it so versatile.
Only have green peppers? Ok.
Spicy sausage is all that left in the freezer? Sure thing.
Feel free to mix and match whatever ingredients come to mind.
Equipment You Will Need:
- 2 cast iron skillets (I use and recommend these)
- 1 lid to cover larger skillet (this can be a baking sheet if that’s all you’ve got)
- chef’s knife (my all time favorite kitchen utensil)
- cutting board
- slotted spatula (like this one)
Sausage Potato Hash
- 1-2 tbsp olive oil
- 3 large potatoes, diced in 1/2" pieces
- 4-5 sausage links (any flavor)
- 1 cup sweet bell pepper, diced (assorted colors)
- 2-4 eggs
Add olive oil to a large skillet over medium heat. Once pan has heated, add potatoes, season with salt and pepper, and cover. Turn potatoes every 2-3 minutes until 3/4 done.
Meanwhile cut sausage links into 1/2" rounds. Place in a separate medium size skillet over medium heat. Cook thoroughly.
Add cooked sausage and raw peppers to potatoes. Cook until potatoes are done and peppers are tender.
In the same skillet you used to cook sausage, fry 2-4 eggs. Add on top of hash and serve.
Additional Recipe Tips & Pointers
As I mentioned, this recipe is exceptionally versatile and very inviting of substitutions and alterations. Use it as a foundation to make your own unique Sausage Potato Hash.
If you like things on the spicy side, trying using spicy sausage, adding a jalapeño pepper, or sprinkling in some crushed red pepper flakes.
I wish I could figure out how to make this a one pan meal without something getting cold waiting to be added.
I guess technically it is. If you don’t notice that other dirty pan sitting on the stove. 😉
If you have any suggestions, let me know in the comments below!
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