On a lazy Sunday morning, I usually want to use up what’s in my pantry and fridge from the week. So Sunday Morning Scramble is the late breakfast I usually make for my family. You can use fresh potatoes, shredded or frozen hash browns, or even tater tots broken up. You can also use ham, sausage, bacon, or whatever small amount of anything you have leftover from the week. Add some eggs, and it’s done!
The easiest and custom-made recipe goes like this:
2 T. vegetable oil
1 cup frozen hash browns (or whatever you’re substituting)
1/4 cup chopped onion
1/2 cup sliced cooked sausage, ham, or any leftover breakfast meat you have
salt & pepper
6 eggs, beaten
2 T. water
Heat the oil over medium high heat in a large skillet. Add the potatoes, onions and meat. Season with salt & pepper to taste. Cook, stirring with a spatula, until potatoes and onion are soft. Add the water to the eggs and beat. Add to the potato mixture, stirring, until eggs are cooked.
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