This hash is total comfort food that will leave you satisfied but not weighed down!
We broke away from desserts this week to bring this delicious breakfast. To see last week's Reese's Mousse, click here.
- If the butternut squash concerns you, replace ¼ c of it with cauliflower.
- Cut the fat by using less sausage or cook the sausage first and use the rendered fat instead of butter.
This hash is total comfort food that will leave you satisfied but not weighed down!Email Print
- 1 tablespoon Butter
- 1 c Butternut Squash
- 1 c Cauliflower
- 1 Green Onion stalk
- 1 t Crushed Rosemary
- ½ c Green Bell Peppers
- 4 tablespoon or 2 oz Breakfast Sausage
- 2 Egg
- Peel, gut & chop squash into ½ inch cubes. Heat the skillet on medium heat. When hot, add butter & squash. The sizzle should be light, if at all. If sizzle is rapid, reduce heat so butter doesn’t burn. Cook 4-5 mins, stirring once.
- Meanwhile, rinse and chop the cauliflower into ½ inch pieces and finely chop the green onion stalk, keeping whites separate from greens.
- Add cauliflower, green onion whites & rosemary to the skillet. Cook 3 mins.
- Meanwhile, chop peppers into ½ inch pieces. Add peppers & cook 3 mins.
- Add sausage & break apart with spoon. Cook 3-4 mins. Remove from heat and plate to serve.
- Cook egg to your preference. Garnish w/green onions.
Use pre-chopped or frozen vegetables to save on time. If using frozen vegetables, cook them on high heat without any butter or oil. The water will evaporate. You will know all the water has evaporated when you stir the veggies and the pan immediately dries. At that point, add the butter or oil and immediately reduce the heat to medium and continue as instructed.
This was such a good treat to my taste buds. I'm going to triple the batch next time for leftovers because I can't pull this off on a weekday.
The Gestational Diabetic Chef
Hi again! Thank you so much for all the love! I totally agree, and the flavor is SO worth it.