This sausage breakfast skillet is a healthy and easy recipe for busy mornings. One single pot and easy to find ingredients.
I’m 100% a breakfast person. I can not properly function without my cup of black coffee — South American heritage— and a proper breakfast.
Usually, I make arepas or pancakes but this skillet full of healthy veggies and sausages is another level of breakfast heaven.
The main ingredients are big sausages, and you can choose your favorite type — I love the Brazilian sausages or the spicy ones. Then, it only takes 3 eggs and some veggies to make this breakfast healthy and good for you.
I like to use some broccolini because it cooks quicker than broccoli and gives a lot of flavors. Another thing is that I try to use sweet peppers instead of regular peppers and french onions (sweet) because the result is more balanced. This way you can put a lot of veggies together without the bitter flavor.
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veggetables can you use for this skillet?
This dish can be changed to satisfy your veggie cravings: mushroom, corn, spinach or whatever vegetable you have in your fridge.
And the biggest plus is that you only need one skillet. I use my favorite cast iron pre-seasoned skillet and the result was flawless.
You can make this nutritious meal your next family Sunday brunch!
- 4 sausages
- 5 broccolini
- 3 small sweet peppers
- 1 onion
- 4 cherry tomatoes
- 3 eggs
- Olive oil
- Salt and Pepper
Preheat the oven to 200º C (390ªF)
Heat a big skillet and add some olive oil. When the oil is heated add the sausage and sear them well.
Then add the onions, the sweet peppers, the broccolini and stir until softened.
Add a pinch of salt and black pepper.
Place the cherry tomatoes facing down and wait a couple minutes.
Add the eggs and take to the oven for 3 minutes. (Note 1)
- If you want to get a hard yolk bake for 5 minutes.
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