Brooklyn, NY – By Jacob Fishbein, CEO Cooking Culture
I’ve recently begun a health kick, thanks to my girlfriend who encouraged me to get a Nutribullet, and so the smoothies have been flowing in the morning. Yet, as delicious and healthy those smoothies are, I’m often left wanting more. In comes this quick and tasty breakfast, perfect for a morning after a long night out…not drinking smoothies. You can spice this up by adding cherry tomatoes, jalapeños, and an egg.
4 breakfast sausage patties
4 small Yukon Gold potatoes, peeled and cubed
1 yellow onion, diced
1 garlic clove, diced
1 red bell pepper, cubed
Oregano, Thyme, Salt, Pepper
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Heat about one tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil in a cast iron skillet. When hot, add the potatoes into the pain.
Toss them around and let them cook for several minutes, beginning to brown. Then throw in the bell peppers.
Let cook for a couple minutes until they begin to soften. Follow that with the onions and garlic.
Add generous amounts of the herbs, salt, and pepper.
Cook until the onions have softened and the potatoes are browned. Remove to a plate and cover with tin foil to keep hot.
In the same pan that you sautéed the potatoes, peppers, onions, and garlic in, pour about a teaspoon of olive oil and, when hot, add the sausage patties. Cook these until they are heated through and add on top of the already cooked goods.
If you choose to use tomatoes, jalapeños, and fried eggs, add them as follows: Add the cubed jalapeños along with the red peppers. Add the tomatoes shortly after the onions and garlic, and cook them until they begin to burst. Fry the egg at the end and place over the cooked sausage.
As a Texas native, Braden Bradley made the move to New York City in 2010 after receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas State University to experience the opportunities the city has to offer. After being named Mr. Gay New York, starring in Pride: The Series, maintaining his charity column in Social Life Magazine, and volunteering for The Trevor Project, Braden discovered that life is truly what we make of it. He is also an active member of the Middle Collegiate Church in the East Village and can be found singing in the gospel choir. Braden currently works as a publicist in New York City.
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