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Sausage Hash with Eggs

Sausage Hash with Eggs


This hearty sausage hash is easy to make. Chop the vegetables the night before and store in the fridge for a quick and...

This hearty sausage hash is easy to make. Chop the vegetables the night before and store in the fridge for a quick and easy breakfast dish.

Ingredients

  • 2 Tablespoons olive oil, divided
  • 1 yellow onion, chopped
  • 8 Ounces breakfast sausage or spicy Italian sauage links, such as Johnsonville, casing removed
  • 1 sweet potato, diced with the skin on
  • 2 garlic cloves, minced
  • 1/2 Tablespoon thyme, roughly chopped
  • 1 1/2 Teaspoon Kosher salt, more if needed
  • 1/2 Teaspoon red pepper flakes (optional)
  • 4 Eggs

Servings4

Calories Per Serving328

Folate equivalent (total)31µg8%

Riboflavin (B2)0.3mg18.5%


Sausage Hash with Poached Eggs

The Southern husband is a big, big fan of this particular hash I make from time to time. Instead of the more usual corned beef variety, this version combines potatoes and onion with chopped sausage, and cooks it all up together until the potatoes are a perfect blend of tender and crispy. Top the whole thing off with a soft cooked egg, and you are pretty much in breakfast heaven. Or in our case, also lunch and dinner.

HOWEVER. Before I get to the recipe, here is a sneak preview of the magical excitement that went on around here last weekend. My baby girl, my precious Southern daughter married the love of her life on Saturday, and It. Was. Perfect. We had amazing photographers and I will be sure to share those pictures when they arrive, but with love and thanks to some of our friends who had their camera phones at the ready, here’s a sneak peek!

The beautiful bride and her maid of honor, who has been her best friend since kindergarten. They are both so beautiful I don’t know what to say. Meantime, we had carefully not let the Father of the Bride see the dress until the big day, and this next picture is his first look at his beautiful girl in her wedding dress…

My heart just about exploded with joy watching his face. Those two. They are my everything, except now I need to add in my sweet new son-in-law…

…dancing his way into the reception with his bride. The love in that room was a sight to behold. You could feel it in every corner of the room. And lastly…

…the Southern husband and me in our wedding finery. I think we were watching them cut the cake, but this was pretty much how I felt for the entire day. Joyful, blessed, grateful…it truly was magical. As more pictures come in you know I will be sprinkling them in with my recipes for weeks to come, but in the meantime…back to the sausage with poached egg.

Once you have cooked up your delectable hash, soft cook your egg. You can either poach it, which is my favorite way to make it (click here for my foolproof egg-poaching method) or soft boil it, or even cook it sunny side up. Whatever way you choose, slide in on top of the hash and slice into that egg.

And with that, I am off to take a post-wedding nap, which will be full of wonderful wedding memories!

The Mother-In-Law (oh my gosh. _

Want to round out your meal? This recipe pairs well with.


Sausage Hash with Poached Eggs

The Southern husband is a big, big fan of this particular hash I make from time to time. Instead of the more usual corned beef variety, this version combines potatoes and onion with chopped sausage, and cooks it all up together until the potatoes are a perfect blend of tender and crispy. Top the whole thing off with a soft cooked egg, and you are pretty much in breakfast heaven. Or in our case, also lunch and dinner.

HOWEVER. Before I get to the recipe, here is a sneak preview of the magical excitement that went on around here last weekend. My baby girl, my precious Southern daughter married the love of her life on Saturday, and It. Was. Perfect. We had amazing photographers and I will be sure to share those pictures when they arrive, but with love and thanks to some of our friends who had their camera phones at the ready, here’s a sneak peek!

The beautiful bride and her maid of honor, who has been her best friend since kindergarten. They are both so beautiful I don’t know what to say. Meantime, we had carefully not let the Father of the Bride see the dress until the big day, and this next picture is his first look at his beautiful girl in her wedding dress…

My heart just about exploded with joy watching his face. Those two. They are my everything, except now I need to add in my sweet new son-in-law…

…dancing his way into the reception with his bride. The love in that room was a sight to behold. You could feel it in every corner of the room. And lastly…

…the Southern husband and me in our wedding finery. I think we were watching them cut the cake, but this was pretty much how I felt for the entire day. Joyful, blessed, grateful…it truly was magical. As more pictures come in you know I will be sprinkling them in with my recipes for weeks to come, but in the meantime…back to the sausage with poached egg.

Once you have cooked up your delectable hash, soft cook your egg. You can either poach it, which is my favorite way to make it (click here for my foolproof egg-poaching method) or soft boil it, or even cook it sunny side up. Whatever way you choose, slide in on top of the hash and slice into that egg.

And with that, I am off to take a post-wedding nap, which will be full of wonderful wedding memories!

The Mother-In-Law (oh my gosh. _

Want to round out your meal? This recipe pairs well with.


Sausage Hash with Poached Eggs

The Southern husband is a big, big fan of this particular hash I make from time to time. Instead of the more usual corned beef variety, this version combines potatoes and onion with chopped sausage, and cooks it all up together until the potatoes are a perfect blend of tender and crispy. Top the whole thing off with a soft cooked egg, and you are pretty much in breakfast heaven. Or in our case, also lunch and dinner.

HOWEVER. Before I get to the recipe, here is a sneak preview of the magical excitement that went on around here last weekend. My baby girl, my precious Southern daughter married the love of her life on Saturday, and It. Was. Perfect. We had amazing photographers and I will be sure to share those pictures when they arrive, but with love and thanks to some of our friends who had their camera phones at the ready, here’s a sneak peek!

The beautiful bride and her maid of honor, who has been her best friend since kindergarten. They are both so beautiful I don’t know what to say. Meantime, we had carefully not let the Father of the Bride see the dress until the big day, and this next picture is his first look at his beautiful girl in her wedding dress…

My heart just about exploded with joy watching his face. Those two. They are my everything, except now I need to add in my sweet new son-in-law…

…dancing his way into the reception with his bride. The love in that room was a sight to behold. You could feel it in every corner of the room. And lastly…

…the Southern husband and me in our wedding finery. I think we were watching them cut the cake, but this was pretty much how I felt for the entire day. Joyful, blessed, grateful…it truly was magical. As more pictures come in you know I will be sprinkling them in with my recipes for weeks to come, but in the meantime…back to the sausage with poached egg.

Once you have cooked up your delectable hash, soft cook your egg. You can either poach it, which is my favorite way to make it (click here for my foolproof egg-poaching method) or soft boil it, or even cook it sunny side up. Whatever way you choose, slide in on top of the hash and slice into that egg.

And with that, I am off to take a post-wedding nap, which will be full of wonderful wedding memories!

The Mother-In-Law (oh my gosh. _

Want to round out your meal? This recipe pairs well with.


Sausage Hash with Poached Eggs

The Southern husband is a big, big fan of this particular hash I make from time to time. Instead of the more usual corned beef variety, this version combines potatoes and onion with chopped sausage, and cooks it all up together until the potatoes are a perfect blend of tender and crispy. Top the whole thing off with a soft cooked egg, and you are pretty much in breakfast heaven. Or in our case, also lunch and dinner.

HOWEVER. Before I get to the recipe, here is a sneak preview of the magical excitement that went on around here last weekend. My baby girl, my precious Southern daughter married the love of her life on Saturday, and It. Was. Perfect. We had amazing photographers and I will be sure to share those pictures when they arrive, but with love and thanks to some of our friends who had their camera phones at the ready, here’s a sneak peek!

The beautiful bride and her maid of honor, who has been her best friend since kindergarten. They are both so beautiful I don’t know what to say. Meantime, we had carefully not let the Father of the Bride see the dress until the big day, and this next picture is his first look at his beautiful girl in her wedding dress…

My heart just about exploded with joy watching his face. Those two. They are my everything, except now I need to add in my sweet new son-in-law…

…dancing his way into the reception with his bride. The love in that room was a sight to behold. You could feel it in every corner of the room. And lastly…

…the Southern husband and me in our wedding finery. I think we were watching them cut the cake, but this was pretty much how I felt for the entire day. Joyful, blessed, grateful…it truly was magical. As more pictures come in you know I will be sprinkling them in with my recipes for weeks to come, but in the meantime…back to the sausage with poached egg.

Once you have cooked up your delectable hash, soft cook your egg. You can either poach it, which is my favorite way to make it (click here for my foolproof egg-poaching method) or soft boil it, or even cook it sunny side up. Whatever way you choose, slide in on top of the hash and slice into that egg.

And with that, I am off to take a post-wedding nap, which will be full of wonderful wedding memories!

The Mother-In-Law (oh my gosh. _

Want to round out your meal? This recipe pairs well with.


Sausage Hash with Poached Eggs

The Southern husband is a big, big fan of this particular hash I make from time to time. Instead of the more usual corned beef variety, this version combines potatoes and onion with chopped sausage, and cooks it all up together until the potatoes are a perfect blend of tender and crispy. Top the whole thing off with a soft cooked egg, and you are pretty much in breakfast heaven. Or in our case, also lunch and dinner.

HOWEVER. Before I get to the recipe, here is a sneak preview of the magical excitement that went on around here last weekend. My baby girl, my precious Southern daughter married the love of her life on Saturday, and It. Was. Perfect. We had amazing photographers and I will be sure to share those pictures when they arrive, but with love and thanks to some of our friends who had their camera phones at the ready, here’s a sneak peek!

The beautiful bride and her maid of honor, who has been her best friend since kindergarten. They are both so beautiful I don’t know what to say. Meantime, we had carefully not let the Father of the Bride see the dress until the big day, and this next picture is his first look at his beautiful girl in her wedding dress…

My heart just about exploded with joy watching his face. Those two. They are my everything, except now I need to add in my sweet new son-in-law…

…dancing his way into the reception with his bride. The love in that room was a sight to behold. You could feel it in every corner of the room. And lastly…

…the Southern husband and me in our wedding finery. I think we were watching them cut the cake, but this was pretty much how I felt for the entire day. Joyful, blessed, grateful…it truly was magical. As more pictures come in you know I will be sprinkling them in with my recipes for weeks to come, but in the meantime…back to the sausage with poached egg.

Once you have cooked up your delectable hash, soft cook your egg. You can either poach it, which is my favorite way to make it (click here for my foolproof egg-poaching method) or soft boil it, or even cook it sunny side up. Whatever way you choose, slide in on top of the hash and slice into that egg.

And with that, I am off to take a post-wedding nap, which will be full of wonderful wedding memories!

The Mother-In-Law (oh my gosh. _

Want to round out your meal? This recipe pairs well with.


Sausage Hash with Poached Eggs

The Southern husband is a big, big fan of this particular hash I make from time to time. Instead of the more usual corned beef variety, this version combines potatoes and onion with chopped sausage, and cooks it all up together until the potatoes are a perfect blend of tender and crispy. Top the whole thing off with a soft cooked egg, and you are pretty much in breakfast heaven. Or in our case, also lunch and dinner.

HOWEVER. Before I get to the recipe, here is a sneak preview of the magical excitement that went on around here last weekend. My baby girl, my precious Southern daughter married the love of her life on Saturday, and It. Was. Perfect. We had amazing photographers and I will be sure to share those pictures when they arrive, but with love and thanks to some of our friends who had their camera phones at the ready, here’s a sneak peek!

The beautiful bride and her maid of honor, who has been her best friend since kindergarten. They are both so beautiful I don’t know what to say. Meantime, we had carefully not let the Father of the Bride see the dress until the big day, and this next picture is his first look at his beautiful girl in her wedding dress…

My heart just about exploded with joy watching his face. Those two. They are my everything, except now I need to add in my sweet new son-in-law…

…dancing his way into the reception with his bride. The love in that room was a sight to behold. You could feel it in every corner of the room. And lastly…

…the Southern husband and me in our wedding finery. I think we were watching them cut the cake, but this was pretty much how I felt for the entire day. Joyful, blessed, grateful…it truly was magical. As more pictures come in you know I will be sprinkling them in with my recipes for weeks to come, but in the meantime…back to the sausage with poached egg.

Once you have cooked up your delectable hash, soft cook your egg. You can either poach it, which is my favorite way to make it (click here for my foolproof egg-poaching method) or soft boil it, or even cook it sunny side up. Whatever way you choose, slide in on top of the hash and slice into that egg.

And with that, I am off to take a post-wedding nap, which will be full of wonderful wedding memories!

The Mother-In-Law (oh my gosh. _

Want to round out your meal? This recipe pairs well with.


Sausage Hash with Poached Eggs

The Southern husband is a big, big fan of this particular hash I make from time to time. Instead of the more usual corned beef variety, this version combines potatoes and onion with chopped sausage, and cooks it all up together until the potatoes are a perfect blend of tender and crispy. Top the whole thing off with a soft cooked egg, and you are pretty much in breakfast heaven. Or in our case, also lunch and dinner.

HOWEVER. Before I get to the recipe, here is a sneak preview of the magical excitement that went on around here last weekend. My baby girl, my precious Southern daughter married the love of her life on Saturday, and It. Was. Perfect. We had amazing photographers and I will be sure to share those pictures when they arrive, but with love and thanks to some of our friends who had their camera phones at the ready, here’s a sneak peek!

The beautiful bride and her maid of honor, who has been her best friend since kindergarten. They are both so beautiful I don’t know what to say. Meantime, we had carefully not let the Father of the Bride see the dress until the big day, and this next picture is his first look at his beautiful girl in her wedding dress…

My heart just about exploded with joy watching his face. Those two. They are my everything, except now I need to add in my sweet new son-in-law…

…dancing his way into the reception with his bride. The love in that room was a sight to behold. You could feel it in every corner of the room. And lastly…

…the Southern husband and me in our wedding finery. I think we were watching them cut the cake, but this was pretty much how I felt for the entire day. Joyful, blessed, grateful…it truly was magical. As more pictures come in you know I will be sprinkling them in with my recipes for weeks to come, but in the meantime…back to the sausage with poached egg.

Once you have cooked up your delectable hash, soft cook your egg. You can either poach it, which is my favorite way to make it (click here for my foolproof egg-poaching method) or soft boil it, or even cook it sunny side up. Whatever way you choose, slide in on top of the hash and slice into that egg.

And with that, I am off to take a post-wedding nap, which will be full of wonderful wedding memories!

The Mother-In-Law (oh my gosh. _

Want to round out your meal? This recipe pairs well with.


Sausage Hash with Poached Eggs

The Southern husband is a big, big fan of this particular hash I make from time to time. Instead of the more usual corned beef variety, this version combines potatoes and onion with chopped sausage, and cooks it all up together until the potatoes are a perfect blend of tender and crispy. Top the whole thing off with a soft cooked egg, and you are pretty much in breakfast heaven. Or in our case, also lunch and dinner.

HOWEVER. Before I get to the recipe, here is a sneak preview of the magical excitement that went on around here last weekend. My baby girl, my precious Southern daughter married the love of her life on Saturday, and It. Was. Perfect. We had amazing photographers and I will be sure to share those pictures when they arrive, but with love and thanks to some of our friends who had their camera phones at the ready, here’s a sneak peek!

The beautiful bride and her maid of honor, who has been her best friend since kindergarten. They are both so beautiful I don’t know what to say. Meantime, we had carefully not let the Father of the Bride see the dress until the big day, and this next picture is his first look at his beautiful girl in her wedding dress…

My heart just about exploded with joy watching his face. Those two. They are my everything, except now I need to add in my sweet new son-in-law…

…dancing his way into the reception with his bride. The love in that room was a sight to behold. You could feel it in every corner of the room. And lastly…

…the Southern husband and me in our wedding finery. I think we were watching them cut the cake, but this was pretty much how I felt for the entire day. Joyful, blessed, grateful…it truly was magical. As more pictures come in you know I will be sprinkling them in with my recipes for weeks to come, but in the meantime…back to the sausage with poached egg.

Once you have cooked up your delectable hash, soft cook your egg. You can either poach it, which is my favorite way to make it (click here for my foolproof egg-poaching method) or soft boil it, or even cook it sunny side up. Whatever way you choose, slide in on top of the hash and slice into that egg.

And with that, I am off to take a post-wedding nap, which will be full of wonderful wedding memories!

The Mother-In-Law (oh my gosh. _

Want to round out your meal? This recipe pairs well with.


Sausage Hash with Poached Eggs

The Southern husband is a big, big fan of this particular hash I make from time to time. Instead of the more usual corned beef variety, this version combines potatoes and onion with chopped sausage, and cooks it all up together until the potatoes are a perfect blend of tender and crispy. Top the whole thing off with a soft cooked egg, and you are pretty much in breakfast heaven. Or in our case, also lunch and dinner.

HOWEVER. Before I get to the recipe, here is a sneak preview of the magical excitement that went on around here last weekend. My baby girl, my precious Southern daughter married the love of her life on Saturday, and It. Was. Perfect. We had amazing photographers and I will be sure to share those pictures when they arrive, but with love and thanks to some of our friends who had their camera phones at the ready, here’s a sneak peek!

The beautiful bride and her maid of honor, who has been her best friend since kindergarten. They are both so beautiful I don’t know what to say. Meantime, we had carefully not let the Father of the Bride see the dress until the big day, and this next picture is his first look at his beautiful girl in her wedding dress…

My heart just about exploded with joy watching his face. Those two. They are my everything, except now I need to add in my sweet new son-in-law…

…dancing his way into the reception with his bride. The love in that room was a sight to behold. You could feel it in every corner of the room. And lastly…

…the Southern husband and me in our wedding finery. I think we were watching them cut the cake, but this was pretty much how I felt for the entire day. Joyful, blessed, grateful…it truly was magical. As more pictures come in you know I will be sprinkling them in with my recipes for weeks to come, but in the meantime…back to the sausage with poached egg.

Once you have cooked up your delectable hash, soft cook your egg. You can either poach it, which is my favorite way to make it (click here for my foolproof egg-poaching method) or soft boil it, or even cook it sunny side up. Whatever way you choose, slide in on top of the hash and slice into that egg.

And with that, I am off to take a post-wedding nap, which will be full of wonderful wedding memories!

The Mother-In-Law (oh my gosh. _

Want to round out your meal? This recipe pairs well with.


Sausage Hash with Poached Eggs

The Southern husband is a big, big fan of this particular hash I make from time to time. Instead of the more usual corned beef variety, this version combines potatoes and onion with chopped sausage, and cooks it all up together until the potatoes are a perfect blend of tender and crispy. Top the whole thing off with a soft cooked egg, and you are pretty much in breakfast heaven. Or in our case, also lunch and dinner.

HOWEVER. Before I get to the recipe, here is a sneak preview of the magical excitement that went on around here last weekend. My baby girl, my precious Southern daughter married the love of her life on Saturday, and It. Was. Perfect. We had amazing photographers and I will be sure to share those pictures when they arrive, but with love and thanks to some of our friends who had their camera phones at the ready, here’s a sneak peek!

The beautiful bride and her maid of honor, who has been her best friend since kindergarten. They are both so beautiful I don’t know what to say. Meantime, we had carefully not let the Father of the Bride see the dress until the big day, and this next picture is his first look at his beautiful girl in her wedding dress…

My heart just about exploded with joy watching his face. Those two. They are my everything, except now I need to add in my sweet new son-in-law…

…dancing his way into the reception with his bride. The love in that room was a sight to behold. You could feel it in every corner of the room. And lastly…

…the Southern husband and me in our wedding finery. I think we were watching them cut the cake, but this was pretty much how I felt for the entire day. Joyful, blessed, grateful…it truly was magical. As more pictures come in you know I will be sprinkling them in with my recipes for weeks to come, but in the meantime…back to the sausage with poached egg.

Once you have cooked up your delectable hash, soft cook your egg. You can either poach it, which is my favorite way to make it (click here for my foolproof egg-poaching method) or soft boil it, or even cook it sunny side up. Whatever way you choose, slide in on top of the hash and slice into that egg.

And with that, I am off to take a post-wedding nap, which will be full of wonderful wedding memories!

The Mother-In-Law (oh my gosh. _

Want to round out your meal? This recipe pairs well with.


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