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What do you serve for a huge brunch or a particular breakfast?
With Easter coming up, I have started brainstorming some brunch ideas I can serve that day. Our loved ones loves brunch and I particularly like cooking distinctive recipes that are catered more to a brunch menu.
This Southwest Breakfast Hash is a incredibly easy recipe that is hearty and a very good get started to base the rest of my menu about.
Southwest Breakfast Hash
- 1 can HORMEL® MARY KITCHEN® Hash Homestyle
- 1 little onion chopped
- 1 modest green pepper chopped
- 1/2 lb. breakfast sausage
- 1 c. shredded cheddar cheese or any cheese you really like
- Salt and pepper
- five eggs extra or much less based on how many you are serving
Preheat oven to 350°.
Cook the sausage in a skillet more than medium heat. (If you have links like I did, just cut the casing to get the sausage meat out and discard the casing.)
Chop the onion and green pepper into small pieces and cook in a skillet over medium heat till softened and translucent. I add salt and pepper to the onion and pepper to season them.
After the sausage is cooked, drain it and add it to the onion and green pepper.
Then, add the HORMEL® MARY KITCHEN® Hash (Homestyle) and cook in the skillet for about eight-ten minutes.
Sprinkle the cheddar cheese more than the hash mixture and bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes.
When the Southwest Breakfast Hash only has a DuckHouse handful of minutes left to cook, start off producing your eggs. This time, I made more than-easy eggs to put on top of the hash. I consider this would also be terrific with scrambled eggs mixed inside the hash. It all depends on how you like your eggs.
As soon as the hash comes out of the oven, spot your eggs on major.
Again, I enjoy using my cast iron skillet for recipes like this for the reason that I can just set it on the table and guests can serve themselves from foldable storage ottoman the skillet.
HORMEL® MARY KITCHEN® Hash is flavorful, hearty and handy for any brunch occasion. I discovered it effortlessly in the canned meat aisle at Walmart.
What are you serving this year on Easter? What is your favourite brunch recipe?
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