One Skillet Breakfast
Camping with my boys, I have to find quick easy meals that can feed at least ten, are easy and use the least amount of pans. I came up with this while planning the last camp out. It went over great. One of the boys said, “The spicy one tastes a little like heaven.” This is the total recipe, when we camped out, I cut the recipe in half and made one spicy and one plain. This is a filling easy recipe that can be made pretty much anywhere, even in the middle of the woods.
1lb breakfast Sausage(we use deer)
1 med Onion, chopped
1/2 cup Jalapeno relish(optional for spicy only)
1 16 oz pkg Hash Browns, thawed
1 doz. Eggs, scrambled
8 0z sharp Cheddar Cheese, shredded
In a large skillet or Dutch oven, break up sausage and brown. Add onions and cook, stirring, until they start to soften. Add Jalapeno relish and hash browns, continue cooking, turning occasionally, until potatoes start to brown. Stir in eggs, cover and cook about five minutes or so, until eggs begin to set and just start to brown. Use a spatula and turn eggs over in sections, pressing on whole mess lightly. Cover and cook till eggs are completely set. Top with cheese, cover, and cook till cheese is melted (around 90 secs or so).