Let’s make sausage hash

I will begin this post by acknowledging the fact that the name I have given a particular food dish I recently made may be entirely inaccurate. Personally, I think calling what I made a sausage hash encapsulates this dish in all its glory, but I’m not a chef, nor am I a food expert. So, with that being said, if you read this recipe I’m about to throw at you and determine there is, in fact, a more appropriate name for this dish, please let your girl know.

I honestly threw this dish together on a whim using ingredients I found in my fridge, freezer and pantry, and it is the furthest thing from difficult. Check it out.

You will need (to serve two people)

  • One tbsp of olive oil
  • Two tbsp minced garlic
  • Two honey garlic sausages, casings removed
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Paprika
  • Onion powder
  • Six frozen hashbrowns patties
  • Hot peppers
  • Two tbsp of Cheese Whiz
  • Ketchup is you so please

To make:

  • Find your favourite frying pan, throw it on your stovetop, turn the heat up to medium, and add your olive oil
  • Once your pan and oil are warm, throw in your minced garlic
  • Allow the garlic to just begin turning brown and then throw in your deconstructed sausages
  • Using your kitchen tool of choice, break up the sausage into small pieces, stirring occasionally
  • Mix in your salt, pepper, paprika and onion powder – I didn’t include measurements for the spices because I firmly believe spice is measured from the heart
  • While your sausage is browning, cook your hashbrowns using either an oven or an air fryer. I cooked mine in our air fryer at 380 for 17 minutes and they came out nice and crisp
  • Once your sausage is cooked through, remove it from heat and allow to cool slightly
  • Once cooled, put your sausage in a large bowl, then add your hashbrowns patties, broken up into pieces
  • Throw in your hot peppers and cheese (you can use whatever cheese you prefer, Cheese Whiz is what I had) and mix until the cheese is melted
  • Enjoy!

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