Sausage Potato Hash

Lynn Socko


I did a pantry, freeze, fridge raid and this is what I came up with for supper. A delicious way to use breakfast sausage.


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5 Min
40 Min
Stove Top


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  • 2 lb
  • 6
    red potatoes
  • 1-2
    green bell pepper
  • 1 small
    sweet onion
  • 1 tsp
    ea. of mrs. dash original blend, granulated garlic
  • 1/2 tsp
    ea. of black pepper and granulated onion

How to Make Sausage Potato Hash


  1. Wash potatoes and poke a hole in them with fork or knife. Place in microwave for 6 min.
  2. Break sausage up into skillet. Use your favorite, I used half fresh pork sausage and half fresh smoked jalapeno pork sausage. Add diced bell pepper and onion. Cook over med high heat. Break sausage apart into bite size pieces as it cooks.
  3. Cut microwaved potatoes in half and allow to cool until cool enough to handle. Then dice them into small bite size cubes. Add to sausage.
  4. Continue to cook and stir until sausage is done. You can cover with a lid or cook uncovered. Be sure to stir fairly often to ensure even cooking.

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About Sausage Potato Hash

Main Ingredient: Potatoes
Regional Style: American
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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