Ruby Jean’s Veggie-fied Hash

Bryce gave me the True Blood cookbook for Christmas. I love True Blood and I love southern food so I was pretty darn excited about it.

As I’m sure you can guess, a good majority of the recipes are meat based so I’ve veggie-fied a few of them. My favorite new regular dish is Ruby Jean’s Hash (Lafayette’s mama if you watch the show). The recipe calls for andouille sausage so in place of that I use Fieldroast’s Apple Sage Sausage.

Ruby Jean’s Veggie-fied Hash

2 Tb Vegetable Oil
2 Cups Diced Cooked Potatoes
1/4 Cup Chopped Yellow Onion
1/4 Cup Chopped Green Bell Pepper
1 Cup Chopped Fieldroast Sausage
Cayenne Pepper
1/2 Tsp White Vinegar
4 Eggs
2 Tb Chopped Green Onion
Cook the potatoes then add the onion, bell pepper, and “sausage”. Season with salt and cayenne. 
Poach your eggs (if you want them – I never do) by filling a saucepan with water, adding vinegar, and boiling. Crack an egg into a bowl and slide it in. Bryce’s trick is to stir the water so that it is still spinning when you pour the egg in. Poach for 3-5 minutes.
Serve hash with poached egg and green onions on top. Yum-o!


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