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Sausage and sweet potato hash

Below is my breakfast hash recipe it is what I do most often when having hash. It means that I can make breakfast for two with just a few meager sausages. This is a basic blueprint recipe and you can adjust and change to suit what you have available in your kitchen. If you have white potatoes that need using up by all means use these instead or if you have no potatoes, why not substitute them for some fried bread and add a few halved cherry tomatoes to the mix.

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Sausage and sweet potato hash

Yields2 Servings

 3 Thick sausages
 1 tbsp Olive oil
 1 Onion (sliced into half moons)
 1 Large sweet potato (approx. 200g)
 4 Eggs
 Sea salt flakes & pepper

1

Squeeze the sausage meat out of their cases and roll into balls. I get three balls from each fat sausage.

2

Add the oil to a heavy based non stick pan and fry the sausage balls over a medium heat until browned all over.

3

Turn the heat to low and add the onions and a scattering of sea salt flakes. Allow to cook for a few minutes until softened.

4

Meanwhile, grate the sweet potatoes, skin and all, into a clean tea towel then squeeze over the sink to remove any excess liquid from the potatoes. Add this to the pan and cook until cooked through.

5

When everything in the pan has cooked through, turn grill on. Using a wooden spoon make 4 holes in the mixture large enough to take the eggs.

6

Crack the eggs into the holes and continue to cook until set on the bottom, then place under the grill to cook until the tops have set to your liking. Sprinkle the yolks with some more salt and give a grind of fresh pepper before serving.

Ingredients

 3 Thick sausages
 1 tbsp Olive oil
 1 Onion (sliced into half moons)
 1 Large sweet potato (approx. 200g)
 4 Eggs
 Sea salt flakes & pepper

Directions

1

Squeeze the sausage meat out of their cases and roll into balls. I get three balls from each fat sausage.

2

Add the oil to a heavy based non stick pan and fry the sausage balls over a medium heat until browned all over.

3

Turn the heat to low and add the onions and a scattering of sea salt flakes. Allow to cook for a few minutes until softened.

4

Meanwhile, grate the sweet potatoes, skin and all, into a clean tea towel then squeeze over the sink to remove any excess liquid from the potatoes. Add this to the pan and cook until cooked through.

5

When everything in the pan has cooked through, turn grill on. Using a wooden spoon make 4 holes in the mixture large enough to take the eggs.

6

Crack the eggs into the holes and continue to cook until set on the bottom, then place under the grill to cook until the tops have set to your liking. Sprinkle the yolks with some more salt and give a grind of fresh pepper before serving.

Sausage & Sweet Potato Hash
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3 Comments on “Breakfast Hash

    • This recipe came about because I had three sausages left over and thought how can I feed 2 of us with these so made the sausage meatballs which I added to the hash I used to make. now even if I have plenty of sausages I turn them into breakfast meatballs.

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