Obviously school has started again. My posting has once again become sporadic. I’m hoping to change that now that I am in more of a routine. The other day I had no classes and spent the day running errands with dad. I had promised mom I would make dinner, and I couldn’t take that back. I had pulled out ground beef that morning with no idea what I was going to do with it. We had finally had some green peppers come in, so I plucked one of them. We had an onion in the fridge, some left over breakfast sausage and potatoes. So, in true Anna fashion, I threw it all together.
1lb lean ground beef- you can substitute turkey, pork or any combination of ground meat really
Breakfast sausage links- optional, we had some left over from our big Sunday breakfast
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1/2 rough chopped onion
1 small green pepper- I would have used a red and yellow as well if we had had them!
3-4 medium sized red potatoes
Herbs/Seasonings of your choice
Sour Cream/Cheese as optional toppings
1. In a large pan, brown the ground beef with Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper, basil, garlic powder, parsley on medium-high heat.
2. While the beef is browning, chop your vegetables.
3. Boil the potatoes until cooked through. They just won’t cook in the pan.
4. Throw in your chopped onion, pepper, and cut up breakfast sausage with the beef. Turn the stove down to medium-low, stir and cover. Check and stir every few minutes to keep from burning on the bottom.
5. After the potatoes are done cooking, strain and add to the pan. Mix in, and let them hang out with the rest of the hash for a few minutes to pick up the flavor.
Serve in a bowl with toppings like sour cream and cheese. This is obviously a super flexible dish. You could add lots of different veggies, eat it in a tortilla- what ever floats your boat. My dad was afraid of it, and then had 3 helpings. haha.