Hash ups

    25 min

    Was frying some cheap sausages when they sort of crumbled into sausagey breadcrumbs. I fried some other stuff, veg, flavourings, two eggs, into it. It turned out REALLY nice!


    Nottinghamshire, England, UK
    5 people made this

    Serves: 1 

    • ------------Ingredients----------------
    • Enough oil to fry gently with
    • 2 cheap pork sausages
    • 3 mushrooms, sliced
    • 3 tomatoes, sliced
    • 1 small handful salad leaves (rocket, spinach, lettuce etc)
    • Worchester sauce
    • Tomato ketchup
    • Two eggs, whisked very lightly
    • 1 slice of bread, and enough butter to butter it
    • --------------Equipment-----------------
    • 1 frying pan
    • 1 hob, burner etc
    • 1 toaster
    • 1 spatula
    • 1 knife, 1 fork
    • 1 plate
    • 1 small bowl
    • 1 whisk
    • 1 chopping board
    • 1 chopping knife

    Prep:10min  ›  Cook:15min  ›  Ready in:25min 

    1. First, prepare everything you will need. Slice the mushrooms and tomatoes, prepare the salad leaves, lightly whisk the two eggs in the small bowl, put the bread in the toaster, (when it is ready, butter it lightly and put it on a plate).
    2. Put a samll amount of oil in a pan, and heat it gently. when it is hot, add the two sausages.
    3. Using the edge of the spatula, break the sausages into bits as they are cooking. Eventually you should have something like big breadcrumbs.
    4. When the sausage breadcrumbs are cooked, but not browned completely, add the mushroom and tomato. Fry it for a couple of minutes, until the edges of the mushroom slices have 'sealed' and the tomatoes have gone wrinkly.
    5. Add the salad leaves, and fry them into the mix for around 20 seconds. Do not let them burn.
    6. Squirt in a medium squirt of worchester sauce, and a large squirt of ketchup. Stirring throughout, cook the mixture down for around 3 minutes, until it is not so wet.
    7. Add the two eggs to the pan, and cook them into the mixture. Do this by 'cutting' repeatedly through the center of the mixture and spreading it out over the pan's surface with your spatula, then scraping it back into a lump. Do this repeatedly until all the egg is cooked.
    8. Serve the mixture onto the piece of toast on your plate and enjoy. (serving suggestion: with a glass of orange juice)

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    Made it vegetarian. using less oil and quorn pieces, this becomes healthier and vegetarian. Cook the quorn for less time.  -  07 Jun 2009


    I made this! Seriously though, it is a great breakfast, cheap and easy to make.  -  07 Jun 2009


    This would be killer with tomato sausage from Bird's. I see you are in Nottinghamshire, so you must know the shops.  -  01 Mar 2017