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Roasted Confetti Chicken Sausage Hash
roasted confetti chicken sausage hash
This pretty hash is a cinch to make.
Updated August 4, 2016
cups diced bell peppers (use a mix of colors - red, yellow and green, for instance)
small yellow onion, diced
cups diced potatoes
Cooking oil spray
Salt and pepper, to taste
precooked chicken sausage links (the fat dinner size ones) - recommended: Chicken and Apple Sausage
Preheat the oven to 400°F. Line a baking sheet with nonstick aluminum foil.
Spread the peppers, onions and potatoes on the baking sheet. Spray with cooking oil spray and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Bake for 20 minutes, stirring once or twice.
While the veggies are cooking, dice the chicken sausage. Once the cooking time is up, stir onto the tray and bake for another 5 minutes.
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More About This Recipe
As pretty as picture, as filling as a great skillet breakfast, and as easy as your fave recipe -- this confetti hash is a party on your plate!
You can make this Roasted Confetti Chicken-Sausage Hash in 30 minutes -- and it's easy, easy, easy. Check it out. And the best part is that it's really delish!
Make it Easier
Shortcuts make this a speedy, simple dish a breeze to make.
Look for pre-diced potatoes to use. Sold in bags, they are found near the eggs at my grocery store, but they could be in the produce section too.
Look for pre-cut peppers. The store I shop at sells peppers already sliced and some that are diced as well.
Make sure to use precooked chicken sausage. Because it’s precooked, it only needs to be heated before serving. Cut it while the veggies are roasting.
Those are the easy-peasy way of making this hash recipe, but chop-chop if you want! If you are willing to add about 10-15 minutes prep time, then this becomes pretty budget friendly too by chopping your own veggies.
About the Sausage
Whether you chop your own veggies or buy them already chopped, do be sure to stick with the precooked chicken sausage. That’s a must.
My kids devour this – eating up all the sweet roasted onions, sweet and savory peppers and potatoes. The sausage makes it to-die-for. I use big, fat chicken apple sausages and love the way they complement the other flavors. But you could change up the dish using a different chicken sausage (chicken Andouille, anyone?).
Have it for breakfast. Or brunch. Or lunch. Or brinner, if you are into that sort of thing. Whatever. Just have it because it’s heaven on a plate.
More Breakfast Dishes
Start your day right! Here are more ideas for breakfast, brunch or brinner:
Hamburger Hash Skillet Supper Recipe
Chunky Veggie Breakfast Hash Recipe
Texas Hash Recipe
Crab and Pepper Hash Recipe
Slow Cooker Roast Beef Hash Recipe
Sarah W. Caron (aka scaron) likes her hash with a poached egg on top. It’s divine! She blogs about all things home cooking at Sarah’s Cucina Bella.
What's your favorite skillet or hash recipe?
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