I have had a couple of recipes call out to me … try me, make me, please! I had most of the ingredients I needed, time, and Hubby home to help me eat it! This recipe is my version of The Pioneer Woman’s Breakfast Burritos. I scaled the recipe down for two people and tweaked it using ingredients to our liking.
Onion – to your desired amount
2 cloves of garlic
Place the potatoes, onion, and garlic on a baking sheet and drizzle with a little olive oil and sprinkle with sea salt. Bake in a 375 degree oven for 45 minutes.
Cool potatoes, onion, and garlic until able to safely handle and dice.
½ pound Sausage
Roasted Red Peppers from a jar – to your personal preference
Fresh Cilantro – use your own judgment on the amount
While potatoes are baking brown some sausage, dice up a few pieces of roasted red peppers, and find yourself a little cilantro.
Combine potato mixture with sausage, and peppers in a hot skillet. This is the start to a grand ole hash!
½ teaspoon Lawry’s Seasoned Salt
¼ teaspoon Black Pepper
Splash of milk
Combine these ingredients, whisk together, and add to skillet with the hash.
Cook until eggs are done.
Top with cilantro and cheese of your choice. Let it melt. I used Monterey Jack, but feel free to experiment with Cheddar, Mexican Blend or whatever makes you happy.
Now enjoy this hash as a meal or wrap it up in a burrito. Customize it to your personal favorites and top it with fine condiments. A little taco sauce, salsa and/or sour cream!
We really loved the taste and flavors of this dish. Spiciness from the sausage, a hint of smoky from the red peppers, and the mildness of the potatoes make for a comforting cowboy and cowgirl approved combination.