Today, I am going to share one of my favorite go to breakfast when I have a little extra time in the morning. It’s easy and meal preps well. You’re going to love it. There’s so many different variations of this bowl, so I never get tired of it.
Please, please let me know your favorite variations on IG (#tydeats)!
Let’s get into it.
Here’s what you’re going to need.
1/3 cup of the potatoes of your choice (I like sweet potatoes or TJ’s pepper and potato mix)
1/4 cup of frozen peppers & onions (I like to use the frozen bags from Trader Joe’s)
1 breakfast chicken sausage link
A handful of arugula
1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar
- In a skillet cook the breakfast sausage. If it comes in a casing take it out. Try to crumble the sausage as small as you can. When it’s fully cooked, set it aside.
- Meanwhile, boil a pot of water. Add a tablespoon of apple cider vinegar.
- Get a hot, non-stick skillet. This is key! Grease it with a little ghee and throw in your potatoes. Add salt, pepper and a little adobo to taste. Move the potatoes around until they are cooked all the way through.
- Once the potatoes are cooked through, add the frozen peppers and onions to the same pan.
- When the peppers and onion are almost done, add your crumbled breakfast sausage. Combine everything.
- While the peppers are cooking, prepare your bowl. I prefer a nice shallow bowl. Fill the bowl with a handful of arugula.
- Add the potato and sausage mixture on top of the arugula.
- Your pot of water should be at a rolling boil right now. We’re going to poach an egg! Here’s my favorite poaching method.
- Remove the egg from the water with a slotted spoon and gently place on top of the potato mixture.
Voila! You’re done.
I know this seems like a lot of steps but I have a few hacks.
- I usually meal prep sweet potatoes for the week. So I just throw them in the skillet to crisps them up.
- I don’t have time to make a poached egg on a work day. So on Sunday’s I’ll meal prep some. If you’re weary about reheating poached eggs, just put the poached egg in some hot water for 20 – 30 seconds. This will heat it up and restore it to it’s former glory.
That’s all folks. Let me know what your favorite breakfast is.
Truthfully Yours, Dahlia