Pho - Vietnamese Soup

Pho - Vietnamese Soup
One of our favorite dishes - Pho

Friday, March 19, 2010

Desperado - Sausage & Potato Hash Topped with an Egg Over Easy



This breakfast is a family favorite.  I recreated this recipe from a restaurant chain in the Dallas area called "Le Peep."  It's a versatile dish, where as you can add some fried, corn tortilla strips (or tortilla chips to make it easier), substitute  the pork sausage with chorizo and serve with flour tortillas and you have Migas (recipe below).  This meal is good for a crowd, just double the recipe.  I especially love serving this at our lake house because I can have the sausage and potatoes all cooked and teed up and finish the process after everyone wakes up.  Even the pickiest of eaters will eat this up.


Desperado

1 tbsp vegetable oil
1 diced large russet potato
1 - 16 oz pkg Jimmy Dean's Sausage
1/2 cup yellow or red onion diced
4 minced garlic
Tony Cachere's Creole seasoning to taste or old bay
Pepper to taste
1 tbsp Worcestershire Sauce
1 tbsp butter
5 eggs
Cheddar Cheese
Salsa
Tabasco
jalapeno slices (optional)
Flour tortillas (optional)

To make Migas:
Substitute Mexican Chorizo for Jimmy Dean's Sausage.  Add fried tortilla strips or chips.

Microwave potato for 3 minutes or until cooked halfway through. In a frying pan heat oil add potatoes, fry until golden brown. In another frying pan brown sausage. After the meat is halfway browned add the onions and then the garlic. Drain the fat from the sausage. Season the potatoes with Tony Cachere's seasoning and pepper. Season the sausage with Worcestershire. Combine the two mixtures in one pan and keep warm. In another pan heat butter and fry the eggs. While the eggs are cooking prepare each plate with a heaping serving of the potato and sausage mixture. Layer with a little cheddar cheese. Flip the egg for just 30 seconds and serve on top of the cheese. Serve with Salsa, Tabasco for people to add to their liking.

Serves 4 - 5 people

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