potato and rice dish. When I came across another recipe for a sweet potato hash with onions, sausage and eggs, I decided to use the leftovers from this dish and add the topping. Obviously, I had to transform the recipe completely. If you are interested in the bottom part of the casserole, it can be found here.
The top section is delicious and I could see it being made as a stand alone. Combining the two is the best of all worlds.
Ingredients for Sausage layer:
2 large onions, sliced thin
1 tablespoon margarine
4 Italian sweet turkey sausages, sliced
Preheat oven to 450 degrees F.
Melt margarine in large skillet. Add onions and cook on a medium heat for about 30 minutes. Mix them, every few minutes and take care that they don't burn. (I tend to forget about them and you know what happens.)
In another skillet, brown sausage slices for about ten minutes, mixing occasionally. These should brown a bit and get slightly crisp.
Mix the onions and sausage and put on top of sweet potato casserole. Drop eggs on top and place in a hot oven. Cook at 450 degrees F until eggs are done to your desire.
Serve and enjoy.
Now for the moment, I truly enjoy, to introduce you to some of your successes. Thanks for sharing with us. It is such a pleasure to see those links filling up and discovering new ideas for the cook.
|Winnie's fish shaped challah|
from Something Sweet
I am sure Winnie loves making her detailed challahs. You really would enjoy, visiting her blog and seeing the many shapes.
Another baker is our skinny friend, Liz, who made these chocolate tarts from Dorie and Julia and posted this, on her blog, That Skinny Chick can Bake.
Aunt Nubby is back with Roasted Parmesan Potatoes which are one of my favorites. Another artist with food, she has beautiful cakes on her blog, Aunt Nubby's Kitchen.
Thank you all for your contributions and keep them coming and make us all happy. The linky follows........