Sweet Potato Hash With Quail Eggs, Sausage And Caramelized Onions

Sweet Potato Hash With Quail Eggs, Sausage And Caramelized Onions

If you’ve skipped breakfast, the next most important meal of the day is brunch. Brunches are great because they provide fuel and energy to keep us going. If you’re looking for a satiating and savory brunch, our sweet potato hash with quail eggs, sausage, and caramelized onions is a great option.

This particular recipe isn’t sweet, despite the caramelized onions. It is, however, absolutely divine! It will nourish you and fuel you with valuable nutrients for the rest of the day. While this recipe, because of the sweet potatoes, would be more popular during the cold season, it’s versatile enough even for a summer brunch.

However, a good brunch isn’t all about flavor and nutrients. A good brunch recipe is something that should be easy to make. It should be something that you could either prepare ahead or something that wouldn’t take too much time. Otherwise, what is the point of combing breakfast and lunch?

Luckily for you, this sweet potato hash with quail eggs, sausage, and caramelized onions is a brunch recipe you can make ahead. It’s savory, sweet potato hash, roasted with sausage, and rosemary will make everyone want a second serving! This entire recipe is made ahead!

All you need to do the next day is to crack a few quail eggs on top and slide it in the oven while you brew your coffee. Then, when it’s cooked, the sweet potatoes will be hot and crispy and the quail eggs cooked just right!

Since we’re big fans of customizing recipes here at QuailEgs.Recipes, we’re letting you know that you can mix and match the ingredients used as you please. The end result will be the same! For example, instead of unsalted butter, you can use ghee or olive oil. Instead of Italian sausage, you can use Mexican chorizo – with the casings removed. It’s up to you!

Extra Tips

Before you start making this recipe, here are a couple of small notes: for extra flavor, leave the potato skins on. This is also very convenient, as well, since you’ll spend less time preparing the dish. On the other hand, if your potatoes are not organic, then remove the skins.

If you’re not in a big hurry, make sure to cook the sausage in the same pan as the onions after you caramelize them. This way, the sausage will pick up all the flavorful bits from the bottom of the pan.

Be sure you’re very hungry or have enough people at the table! This recipe easily feeds 4 to 6 people. Of course, depending on what else you serve at this brunch, you can stretch that to accommodate even more people at the table. We recommend you serve something sweet such as Creme Brulee, alongside coffee, for dessert.

How To Make Sweet Potato Hash With Quail Eggs

While this recipe takes about 30 minutes to prepare and another hour to cook, it is well worth it! Mostly because you get to prepare it ahead. This means you can have a slow and peaceful morning while your delicious, incredible savory and impressive brunch is cooking!

Sweet Potato Hash With Quail Eggs, Sausage And Onions

This is a delicious recipe that works great for brunch but you can serve it for lunch or dinner as well. You can also make it ahead and refrigerate it, then just warm it up prior to serving.

Type: Brunch

Cuisine: International

Keywords: sweet potato hash with quail eggs, sweet potato hash recipe

Recipe Yield: 6 servings

Calories: approx 380 kcal/serving

Preparation Time: PT0H30M

Cooking Time: PT1H10M

Total Time: PT2H

Recipe Ingredients:

  • 8 quail eggs
  • 2 pounds yellow onions (about 2 large or 4 small)
  • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, ghee, or olive oil, divided
  • 1 tablespoon kosher salt
  • 1 pound uncooked Italian sausage or Mexican chorizo
  • 3 pounds unpeeled sweet potatoes (about 3 large or 6 to 7 small)
  • 6 large cloves garlic, minced
  • leaves from 2 long fresh rosemary sprigs, minced
  • freshly ground black pepper
  • kosher salt
  • freshly ground black pepper
  • parmesan cheese (optional)

Editor's Rating:
5
Want To Go Vegan? This Sweet Potato Hash With Quail Eggs, Sausage, And Caramelized Onions Recipe Allows That!

This recipe can be adjusted for vegans as well. Simply leave the sausage out and you’ve got a vegetarian-friendly brunch recipe. Of course, if you still want something instead of no-sausage, consider replacing it with Soy-Rizo or any other kind of vegetarian sausage!

As always, please share this recipe with your friends if you’ve enjoyed it, and don’t forget to check out all the other delicious recipes on our website!

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