Thanks to Karibe for providing us with a Cast Iron Skillet to make this amazingly Easy Breakfast Cast Iron Skillet Recipe. Sure to be a weekend breakfast dish in your home.
It seems that more times that not when we go out for breakfast, someone will order a breakfast skillet if they are offered. A breakfast skillet is typically an all in one meal, served in a cast iron skillet.
Be sure to Season your Iron Skillet before use.
This loaded breakfast skillet with potatoes, sausage, peppers, onions, eggs, and Cheddar cheese makes a hearty and delicious breakfast or brunch dish.
INGREDIENTS FOR A BREAKFAST SKILLET
- Bacon -cooked
- Sausage crumbles-cooked
- Bell Peppers
- Sweet Potato cubes
SAUTE your onions and peppers until almost fully cooked.
Add your hash browns. (Your choice on the type of hash brown you use. Just follow the cooking directions on the bag)
Add breakfast meat (s) to your hash brown -vegetable combination.
Before adding eggs, make 4 pockets in the veggie mixture. (we added a little cooking spray in each section)
Drop an egg into each pocket and cover to cook on the stovetop or bake in the oven for about 4 minutes or until the desired readiness.
Add cheese and allow to melt.
Before serving, top with chopped scallions and a drizzle of hot sauce/ siracchi if desired.
Scoop up egg and potato mixture onto each plate and enjoy.
WHY WE LIKE THIS CAST IRON SKILLET BY KARIBE
Ideal for frying, baking, and searing. Cast Iron browns meats so well. The heavy weight is ideal for finishing dishes in the oven.
Durable— Cast Iron is heavy and since the pan is one piece there is no issue with a loose handle. Just be sure to always use a hot pad when cooking with a cast iron.
It has a Pot hook which provide storage space– Please note this is a heavy pot so the hook must be able to accommodate. We won’t be using this feature as we don’t have pot hooks and will most likely leave it on the stove since we will be using the pan daily.
Nonstick— Not all cast iron skillets come nonstick. The first time we used it , it was super easy to clean even with the sticky egg and cheese mixture we made. My daughter made a skillet cookie and it also came out easily.
Healthy Cooking: Possibly one of the greatest cast iron skillet health benefits is that it adds iron to your food.
High Quality Cast Iron means it is also Chemical-Free. So they are a great alternative to nonstick pans that are coated and these chemicals can leak into your food.
- GREAT PRICE: Cast Iron is cheaper than Stainless Steel and Karibe offers fair prices on all their skillets. The 10″ Skillet is great size to start with as its very versatile for many recipes.
Be sure to look for the Karibe seal on the cookware.
The Karibe Iron skillet is manufactured with high-quality cast iron for durability as well as an ergonomic handle that assists with the weight of the pan. Its nonstick surface is engineered to provide safe chemical-free cooking.
Other Skillet Recipes You Might Like
- One Pan Double Chocolate Skillet Brownie Recipe
- Super Easy and Delicious Skillet Peach Cobbler Recipe
- 1/2 onion, chopped
- 1/2 sweet bell pepper
- 4 cups of shredded hash browns
- Salt and pepper
- 4 eggs
- grated cheese
- Chopped scallions
- hot sauce
- Heat the oil in a large cast iron skillet or pan over medium heat. Saute the onions and peppers. Add the hash browns andFry the potatoes per the package directions
- To speed up cooking time, cover pan with a lid, checking the potatoes every 4-5 minutes or so to stir them (this takes about 15 minutes).
- Add the cooked sausage or bacon pieces to the pan, cook until warmed. Season with salt and pepper.
- Using a wooden spoon or spatula, make four wells in the hash, crack an egg into each well and arrange the cheese around each egg.
- Fry until the whites are set and the eggs are cooked to your liking. You can also bake the cast iron skillet in the oven for about 5 minutes.
- Serve Immediately and garnish with chopped scallions and hot sauce.
Nutrition InformationYield 4 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 728Total Fat 46gSaturated Fat 9gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 34gCholesterol 193mgSodium 1507mgCarbohydrates 69gFiber 7gSugar 3gProtein 14g
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