Up in Boston, we are amidst the snowy wrath of Juno and I know many people go into a mini frenzy trying to prepare for the storm. For the past few days, it’s all you heard about. How awful this storm was going to be. However, I silently get excited for it. A snow day to go outside and play with the puppies, build a snowman, and perhaps a fort. True Life. It’s almost even more fun when the electricity goes out and you can do everything by candle light.
This morning, I got up on the earlier side (for a snow day) and jumped into some work that I had to get done. It wasn’t until around 9 that Brent and I started to think about breakfast. Last weekend, we had just about nothing in our house to eat, which lead to the creation of an amazing hash. With food in the house, Brent wanted another hash.
|4 Potatoes||5 Slices of Bacon|
|1 Sausage||1 Chicken Tender, Buffalo Style|
|2 Handfuls of Spinach||1/4 Cup Mozzarella Cheese|
|4 Eggs||1 Teaspoon Paprika|
|Ground Pepper to Taste|
1. Start by skinning the potatoes and using a cheese grater, shred the potatoes into the hash.
2. Cook the bacon in a large skillet. Remove the bacon from the skillet and set aside once done. Add in the sausage and cook for 1-2 minutes over medium heat.
3. Add in the shredded potatoes, paprika and pepper. The sausage doesn’t need to be completely cooked through when the potatoes are added. Allow the potatoes to cook for about 5 minutes, stirring or flipping occasionally. I like super crispy hash so I let it sit for a little while.
4. Once the potatoes look done, add in the spinach, eggs, chicken and sliced cooked bacon. Stir the pot occasionally to avoid any burning. Once the eggs are cooked, stir in the cheese.
The hash was amazing and it definitely makes enough for leftovers, which is perfect because you have a healthy breakfast that is ready to heat up in the microwave when you need to run. You obviously don’t need to use the same exact ingredients as above. It is a great way to use leftover meats from dinner during the week. Just add any cooked meats at the end to heat them up.
Happy Juno! Stay warm!