Sunday, June 5, 2011

Chicken Apple Sausage Breakfast Scramble

Scramble Ingredients

2 eggs
2 chicken apple sausage links
chopped, cooked potatoes
sliced mushroom
cherub tomatoes, sliced in half
sliced cheddar cheese
garlic salt, minced onion, and pepper to taste

I began by chopping up and cooking my potatoes. Wash and rinse 6 large Russet potatoes. Chop into small chunks. In a large frying pan, add the potatoes and some bacon grease. I save my bacon grease  for using later. It's the Oakie side of me. So good.

Cook/fry your potatoes, on medium-high heat, until tender, approx 10-15 minutes, depending on the size of your pieces. Set aside for later.

My Applegate Farms Chicken Apple Sausage came fully cooked but kept frozen, so I just had to heat it up on the stove top. In a skillet, on medium heat for 8-10 minutes, or until golden brown. Once done, I chopped it up into small pieces. Set aside for later use.

Now onto the eggs. I heated up a large skillet and sprayed it with some non stick cooking spray. Next add your eggs, and while they are still wet scramble them up and add in your sliced mushrooms, sausage, and spices. Finished cooking your eggs. Cook until no longer runny.

On your plate, first put your potatoes, put your scrambled egg mixture on top, top that with some cheese slices, and cherub tomatoes.

That's it enjoy. I served with a slice of Whole Wheat toast.

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