Farmer’s Hash

After popular request for this recipe, here it is! The perfect meal for the morning after Oktoberfest in Leavenworth ? It is pretty easy to make but it does require a lot of chopping so if you’re like me, you’ll recruit your significant other as a sous chef. Feel free to choose your favorite seasonal produce and mix it up!

Listed below is what I used:
Onions, bell peppers, parsnips, carrots, baby gold potatoes, leeks, zucchini, yellow squash, kale. Then I also heated up organic chicken sausage and corned beef and served them on the side. Lastly, we cooked up some over easy eggs to top off the hash! This breakfast is perfect for big groups because it makes tons of food and people can make their hash however they like- vegetarian or add their favorite meat!

How I did it:
Chopped up the carrots, parsnips, onions, peppers, and potatoes and sautéed them in an extra large pan with olive oil, salt, and pepper. Once they were almost cooked I added the chopped zucchini and the yellow squash to the mix and cooked for about five minutes. Next step was to add the kale for another five minutes. While the veggies were cooking I heated up the chopped up corned beef and chicken sausage. Then we fried the eggs! We served everything buffet style. It’s been a huge hit the past couple weekends and there’s usually leftovers for food prep for the week ? Save this one for later use! Happy Sunday y’all!

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