Recipe by Bob Evans
"Savory breakfast sausage, prepared diced potatoes, bell peppers and onions are cooked and scrambled with fresh eggs for this crowd-pleasing breakfast special. Enjoy with toast and fresh fruit for a complete breakfast feast."
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Bob Evans® Original Sausage Roll
1/2 (20 ounce) package
Bob Evans® Home Fries Diced Potatoes
bell pepper, chopped
Definitely "Down-Home" and hearty for breakfast! I cut the recipe in half and used microwave sausage links. I also used some leftover "Home-Fried Potatoes". I used two eggs and added just a bit of garlic powder as well. I put it all into a warm tortilla for a very filling breakfast wrap for my husband take to work.
I made it this morning and my wife loved it! Thank you!
This was very good, however I did change it a bit. I used fresh potatoes. And added salt and pepper to taste. Instead of adding the eggs directly to the sausage mix, I think they might have gotten lost in there, I cooked them (scrambled) separately and served them over the sausage mix topped with cheese. This ended up being an excellent scramble and I will make again.
OMG! So good! I will definitely make this again, even my picky eater loved it. I altered the recipe a bit - I used precooked Jimmy Dean sausage crumbles, so the sausage cooking step was omitted, I simply added the sausage just before scrambling the eggs in to heat all the way through. I used half a bell pepper, half an onion, and only used five eggs. It yielded two hearty portions, with enough leftover to have 2 good sized breakfast burritos the next morning. And FYI, this makes a GREAT breakfast burrito filling.
I made my own spiced up turkey breakfast sausage and my own home fries (that I fried in bacon grease, by the way). I added some fresh minced garlic and I increased the onion and bell pepper. Even making my own home fries, this was very quick and easy nevermind filling. None of them knew that I used turkey breakfast sausage in place of pork breakfast sausage. My husband and kids ate the whole thing. I made whole wheat toast to go with.
This was really good. I used fresh potatoes and cubed and seasoned them with paprika, salt, pepper, and garlic then baked them in the oven until done. I followed the rest of the recipe using local breakfast sausage. My husband loved this recipe!
Made this for our dinner tonight. So good and so easy! I prepared it last night before I went to bed and this evening, took it out of the fridge and baked it. The only thing I did different was I used Al Fresco Chicken sausage and it was delicious. I will be making this again!
Omg this was so delicious!!!I added all my peppers(red,yellow,orange and green)and onions.Pepper and garlic powder...Will be making this again!!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Down-Home Breakfast Special
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 131
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