Recipe by southernshoe
"A perfect way to use up leftovers. Just by adding a few peppers and onions, you have a hearty breakfast. You can add any type of meat or vegetables to this dish and make it your own. This was just my husband's favorite breakfast. Enjoy!"
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bulk pork sausage
4x4-inch square prepared cornbread, crumbled
1 (10 ounce) package
frozen bell pepper and onion mix, thawed
hot sauce, or to taste
salt and ground black pepper to taste
Loved this.. used homemade turkey sausage and no oil. Have leftover cornbread so I'll make this again very very soon
Fun and easy recipe! Made this with the left over cornbread from Mom's Sweet Buttermilk Corn Bread recipe on this site. So many different things you can do with this such different veggies or meats. When the cornbread soaks up the juices from the cooking of the sausage it makes it really good.
Oh my goodness, this was bananas. I used fresh red peppers, onions and a mess of garlic instead of using frozen and I used Chipotle Tabasco. I served this with bacon and fruit salad. Thumbs up from all four of us. Crazy good. I loved how cheap this was to make. Really impressed. WTG, southernshoe! You impressed the socks off of me.
Tasty. I used Bob Evans spicy sausage.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 360
** Calories from Fat: 240
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