Frittatas, apple Dutch Baby pancakes, and home fries have all been on the menu for our recent breakfast for dinner nights. Last night, I decided to see what was on hand in my kitchen to whip up something tasty for us. I had red potatoes, chicken-parm sausages, and some veggies....so I decided to make a hash. Granted, hash won't win any beauty pageants. It's not the supermodel of food, but sometimes it's better to hang out with the girl next door. That's what this hash is...the girl next door who you love to hang out with because she's just so darn down-to-earth!
Sausage and Potato Hash...aka The Girl Next Door
Step 2: Heat 1 tbs. olive oil and 2 tbs. butter in a non-stick skillet over med-high heat. Add 1/2 chopped yellow onion, two cloves minced garlic, and one sliced celery stalk. Cook for about three minutes. Then add the cooked potatoes, 1/2 tsp. kosher salt, and cracked black pepper to taste. Cook until the potatoes start to brown. Let them sit in one layer for about five minutes before turning...be patient!
Step 3: Add 3/4 cup frozen corn kernels, the sliced sausage, and 2 tbs. chopped flat-leaf parsley. Toss gently to combine and continue cooking until the potatoes are evenly golden and the sausage is heated through. This took me about 10 minutes last night...I gave it a toss and let it brown on one side for about five minutes. Then I flipped it over and let it brown on the other side for another five minutes. To serve, place the hash on a platter.