Mexican Chorizo Hash

  • SheriC12345 Posted: 02/17/14
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    Delicious! Added more of everything to serve 5 for a special Sunday morning breakfast. Served with corn tortillas & mimosas.

  • MTN326 Posted: 02/23/14
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    Wonderful flavors. I cut it in half for 2 and then used 4 eggs--made a nice dinner with an avocado/pear salad.

  • mom2henry Posted: 03/04/14
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    Outstanding - hubby and I loved it and my 2 year old ate his entire portion. Minor changes included: 1. Using 2 pans at the same time saved on clean up and time. Pan 1 held hash browns; Pan 2 held sausage/veggie mix. At the end I dumped the mix into the hash and cracked the eggs. 2. Using 2 mild chicken italian sausages chopped small (toddler). 3. Added 1 tbsp of cumin. 4. Coarsely chopped spinach and red pepper for toddler. 5. Used four eggs, but stirred them into mix so cooked through as scrambled. 6. Dollop of sour cream on top of each portion. YUMMY!!

  • AriaVagabond Posted: 02/17/14
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    This was great! We made it exactly as written. We used fresh chicken chorizo sausage from Whole Foods as well as their frozen hash browns. We will definitely make this again, and it goes great with hot sauce.

  • nottymotty Posted: 03/01/14
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    Substituted sweet potato hash browns for the refrigerated hash browns; otherwise made as directed. Absolutely delicious. This one is in the permanent rotation.

  • megdawg517 Posted: 03/16/14
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    My husband and I both loved this breakfast-for-dinner! I julienned a couple of russets instead of using the refrigerated hash and it turned out great.

  • JLBrooks321 Posted: 07/06/14
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    Hated it. Not sure if I did something wrong, but I found it to be very bland. The manfriend said it was fair, but I think he just didn't want to hurt my feelings.

  • IoneTaylor Posted: 05/12/14
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    I love this dish! I'm a huge fan of chorizo, eggs and hash browns, which can be a rather heavy meal, so I was happy to see that the recipe added spinach. I followed the recipe for the most part, adding and subtracting a little here and there, such as adding the whole package of hash browns rather than trying to save the little that wasn't called for in the recipe. The leftovers made a great encore performance later in the week. I'll definitely make this recipe again.

  • NDraper Posted: 06/01/14
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    Made this for the first time today - really loved it. Only changes I'll make in the future will be to use twice as much chorizo and twice as much spinach. Eggs took more like 6 minutes, not 4. I used the diced style of breakfast potatoes and stirred them frequently to evenly cook them. I followed the advice of another reviewer, and used two pans - got the potatoes going in one, and while they cooked, I cooked chorizo, onions, spinach etc in another, then stirred those ingredients into the potatoes. Made for quick cooking time too. This is definitely a winner - - will be a great, fast, delicious breakfast when we have company stay!

  • ksmith6103 Posted: 09/09/14
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    I love breakfast for dinner and this was no exception!

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