WOW! This recipe is GREAT! Very deserving of the 5 stars. I couldn't find the hashbrown, green pepper and onion blend at my grocer to I used the regular small cubed OreIda and left a little in the 32 oz. bag, then added a handful of (frozen ready) chopped onion and bell pepper. I also added a dash of cayenne and it was fantastic. Husband had three helpings, daughters two each. Worthy of entertaining guests, brunch, etc. For a southwestern flare, you can serve w/ sides of salsa, guac and sour cream. It also dawned on me that Ore Ida's Potatoes O'Brien is the frozen ready mix to look for.
0802ezra Posted: 04/17/10
LizCaulfield Posted: 01/18/09
Great for a crowd. Very filling. Have made it for every meal, including dinner. It's not very healthy, but it tastes great for a special treat.
notacookreally Posted: 01/27/09
I've only made this twice and have had several people ask me for the recipe both times. I love it because I can make it ahead, the sausage and hashbrowns can cook themselves while I do dishes, then pop in the final ingredients the next morning - and it's done, delicious, and leftovers are even great!
tara31 Posted: 11/13/10
Lightened the recipe with reduced fat crescent rolls, Morning Star soy sausage, fat-free southwest egg substitute and reduced fat cheddar. Used shredded hashbrowns and broiled to crisp once the eggs were set. Delicious and easy to make!
SMPOTTS Posted: 06/17/12
We thought this was really tasty, but I'd recommend either greatly reducing or eliminating the salt. It was a very salty dish. The sausage, frozen has browns, and cheese already have enough sodium in them to make it very savory. Overall though, a great dish and easy to put together.