Recipe by Bob Evans®
"Home fries, sausage and eggs are always a welcome sight in the morning. This complete meal cooks a whole country breakfast in one big skillet."
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Bob Evans® Original Recipe Sausage Roll
1 (20 ounce) package
Bob Evans® Home Fries Diced Potatoes
chopped green pepper
Very good, easy to prepare. What I like about it is that you can add ings. to suit the company or family taste. I added onion and some "rooms" and sprinkled with a bit of shredded cheese at serving time. I often make this for a dinner in the evening as we like "breakfast food" anytime of the day, especially in colder months.
i used fresh potatoes and added onion since i didnt have the packaged ones and we like onions. i drained my sausage and potatoes a little bit before i added the eggs. i think 1/2 cup milk was a little much for me getting a hard set scrambled egg. after cooking it i added rooster sauce, salt and pepper too. its a good base recipe with some tweaking.
This is a hit in my house. I cook the potatoes first, seasoning them with salt, pepper, garlic powder and chili powder. I remove them from the pan to cook the sausage. Then I throw them back in and warm everything up together before I add the eggs. Right at the end I stirred in shredded cheddar cheese, then topped it with some shredded parmesan. The leftovers usually don't last long.
I cut this recipe in half. I did not use Bob Evans brand sausage or diced potatoes, it was whatever brand I had. (I had a random half roll of breakfast sausage in my freezer and a half empty package of frozen hash brown potatoes in my freezer tp use so this recipe was perfect). I used red pepper instead of green (we don't care for green) and I threw in some chopped sweet onion and fresh minced garlic. I did cook this in my cast iron skillet--I browned the sausage first, drained off the fat, then threw in the chopped vegetables and frozen potatoes with a big pat of butter. My husband and kids used this as a filling for breakfast burritos, topping with shredded cheese, reduced fat sour cream and homemade salsa. Very quick and hearty breakfast.
Easy and filling!
I cubed 3 potatoes and cooked them in the skillet for 10 minutes. I removed the cooked potatoes while I cooked the sausage and green pepper. Once the meat was cooked I added the potatoes back to the skillet. Then I moved the meat and veggie mixture to the side to cook the eggs. Mix it all together once eggs are scrambled. Top each serving with cheese. Was great heated up the next day too!
There is nothing more that I like than having breakfast for dinner! This recipe was quick, easy, and tasty, and an added bonus was that my two year old ate it. I forgot to buy the frozen potatoes so I just chopped up two medium size potatoes and cooked them in a skillet before I added the sausage to soften them up a bit. Thanks for posting this recipe!
This was pretty good, I think next time I'll add some onions and mushrooms for more flavor.
Excellent taste, simple to make! We had this yesterday after church. I will keep this recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 246
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