Spicy Sausage Hash

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You know those nights.
The nights when all you really want is to…
You don’t want to think about it.
And you don’t want it to come out of a box… with a side of guilt.

We all want that meal, where you feel like super mom! It tastes good… your husband says he loves it… everyone eats it… & you didn’t spend the entire night over the stove making it. That’s all we every want at the end of a crazy day, right??

This recipe is crazy easy, tastes great, & totally fool proof. (Mainly because I already messed it up enough to tell you exactly what NOT to do!) And definitely no “out of a box” guilt feeling with this one.  So easy and so delish, and one of my Hubbs’ VIP dishes so it gets made a lot in our house!

You probably just want me to cut to the chase, huh?

Sausage Hash_MadeByMeggs(dot)com

Original Recipe: Food.com

Spicy Sausage Hash

Prep: 10 mins | Cook: 35 mins |   Total: 45 mins

6 servings
(printable recipe here)


1/2 bag of frozen cubed hashbrown potatoes
1 medium onion
olive oil
2 Andouille sausages, quartered & diced
1/4 c red bell pepper, diced
1/4 c green bell pepper, diced
2 c frozen corn
salt & pepper

  1. Over medium heat, cook onions with potatoes according to package directions.
  2. Add sausage, peppers, & corn – season with salt and pepper.
  3. Cook until entire dish is warm and sausage is browned, about 5-10 minutes.
  • This dish is simple and easy. I found the sausage to have so much spice and flavor that there really is no need to add anything else.
  • This can easily be doubled for more adults, this recipe is perfect for my family (2 adults, 2 toddlers.)

So simple! Who knew that dinner could be hot, ready, and on the table – and yet you didn’t break a sweat… Enjoy this moment!

Love this? Tried it? Share your meal photos on my Facebook page, tag them on Instagram & Twitter with #MadeByMeggs or even comment below! I’d love to see what you enjoy! Don’t forget to check out more of what inspires me on Pinterest.
xoxo Meggs

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