Ingredients20 m servings 261 cals
- Crumble sausage into frying pan. Add potatoes, pepper and onion. Cook slowly until sausage is browned. Beat eggs and combine with milk. Add to sausage mixture and cook, stirring occasionally to fluff eggs, until eggs have thickened. Refrigerate leftovers.
- Optional Microwave Directions
- Microwave in 2-quart glass casserole, crumbled sausage on 100% power (high) for two minutes. Stir to break-up sausage. Stir in potatoes, peppers and onions. Microwave two minutes on 100% power (high). Beat eggs and combine with milk. Add to sausage mixture. Microwave 3-4 minutes on 100% power (high), stirring after each minute until eggs are set.
Per Serving: 261 calories; 14.5 g fat; 16.1 g carbohydrates; 16.4 g protein; 294 mg cholesterol; 791 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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Definitely "Down-Home" and hearty for breakfast! I cut the recipe in half and used microwave sausage links. I also used some leftover "Home-Fried Potatoes". I used two eggs and added just a bit ...
This was very good, however I did change it a bit. I used fresh potatoes. And added salt and pepper to taste. Instead of adding the eggs directly to the sausage mix, I think they might have g...
OMG! So good! I will definitely make this again, even my picky eater loved it. I altered the recipe a bit - I used precooked Jimmy Dean sausage crumbles, so the sausage cooking step was omitt...
I made my own spiced up turkey breakfast sausage and my own home fries (that I fried in bacon grease, by the way). I added some fresh minced garlic and I increased the onion and bell pepper. Eve...
This was really good. I used fresh potatoes and cubed and seasoned them with paprika, salt, pepper, and garlic then baked them in the oven until done. I followed the rest of the recipe using l...
Made this for our dinner tonight. So good and so easy! I prepared it last night before I went to bed and this evening, took it out of the fridge and baked it. The only thing I did different w...