Hash Browns Nests

Hash Browns Nests created by Chef PotPie

These are great for breakfast or a snack when you're watching the tube. If you don't like smoked sausage, you can use regular breakfast sausage, ham, or bacon. They're really versatile. Delicious no matter what you put in them!

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directions

  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees.
  • Spray 4 cups of a regular size muffin tin with a butter-flavored cooking spray.
  • Combine the hash browns, salt, pepper, onion, parsley, and butter and add 1/2 cup of mixture to each muffin cup, pressing up the sides to top of cup.
  • Bake for 25 minutes.
  • While hash browns are in oven, sauté onions, sausage and red pepper for three minutes; cool.
  • Mix the eggs, cream, salt, pepper, parsley, scallions, and cheese.
  • Add sausage mixture and pour into hash brown cups.
  • Turn oven down to 350°F, and bake for an additional 20-25 minutes or until eggs are set.
  • Cool slightly, run a thin knife around the hash brown cup and gently remove from muffin tin with a rubber spatula.
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"These are great for breakfast or a snack when you're watching the tube. If you don't like smoked sausage, you can use regular breakfast sausage, ham, or bacon. They're really versatile. Delicious no matter what you put in them!"
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  1. True Texas
    I made this tonight for our evening meal and we both agree that they were very good. I was forced to use the little small hash brown cubes because my store was out of regular hash browns, but they worked just fine. It actually made enough for 6 cups so I added an extra egg and I used some evaporated milk in place of the cream. Served with hot biscuits and cream gravy, yum, yum.... It's a nice change to serve breakfast food as an evening meal.
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  2. True Texas
    I made this tonight for our evening meal and we both agree that they were very good. I was forced to use the little small hash brown cubes because my store was out of regular hash browns, but they worked just fine. It actually made enough for 6 cups so I added an extra egg and I used some evaporated milk in place of the cream. Served with hot biscuits and cream gravy, yum, yum.... It's a nice change to serve breakfast food as an evening meal.
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  3. Chef PotPie
    Hash Browns Nests Created by Chef PotPie
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  4. Chef PotPie
    Wonderful taste! I had some difficulty getting the hash browns into a thinner shell, but in the long run the taste was fantastic, and even a friend that came to our house that night and had them re-warmed, said they were great! This recipe was made in honor of Amy, (Redneck Epicurian), a brave and pleasant soul, and a person who knew good cooking!
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  5. French Tart
    Quite fiddly to make with lots of ingredients, but well worth the effort - a great all day breakfast in a muffin tin....such a great idea! WE both really LOVED this - I will probably leave out a few ingredients next time - it was getting difficult to fill the little hash brown cups up!!! Or, add more hash browns!! A delightful recipe, made in memory of Amy.....unforgettable. FT
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