Chicken Sausage Pepper Potato Hash

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Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
25 mins
Total Time
35 mins

This Chicken Sausage Pepper Potato Hash is a quick and easy potato hash made with crispy red & yellow bell peppers. It’s perfect for breakfast, dinner or anything in between!

Chicken Sausage Potato Hash in a cast-iron skillet topped with a fried egg

Chicken Sausage Pepper Potato Hash

Ok, so I know this might be strange since I have been blogging for a little over a year now, but I really struggle with my “blog voice”.

Meaning, should I be funny, should I just talk about and the nutritional value, should I share whats on my heart and be serious…..

So far I’ve done basically all of these but I don’t know if you enjoy it?

Chicken Sausage Potato Hash in a cast-iron skillet topped with a fried egg
The truth is I am all of these things so I can’t just stick to one and go with it. I usually just speak whats on my mind and heart in the moment, for good or bad.

What kind of blog personalities do you enjoy reading? Or better yet, what keeps you coming back for more?

I think I kinda run that gamet. I read AHHHH-LOT of food blogs… {gasp.. shocker I know}! Most of them are blogs where the author is just talking about whats on their mind for the day or what has been going on that week. {almost like a reality tv show but in written form} But some of my favorites are the ones who crack me up the entire time I’m reading so I have no choice but to scroll down to the bottom because I’m addicted.

Top view of a bowl of brown eggs

Something else I’m addicted to?

Br-inner! Yup, you heard me right! Br-inner was a term that a friend of mine used the other day. What is Br-inner?

It’s breakfast food for dinner! Because lets be honest, breakfast food is good any time of the day but at dinner it morphs into this glorious heavenly meal that would have never tasted the same way if you had it for breakfast that morning.

Chicken Sausage Potato Hash in a cast-iron skillet topped with a fried egg

Breakfast for dinner is one of my favorite things the make. It’s quick, it’s easy and it’s always a hit.

Who doesn’t like pancakes or waffles?

Well, today we aren’t going the pancake route. Instead we are going to potato hash!

Guys, these potatoes are crispy on the outside, soft in the center then combined with sweet bell peppers and spicy chicken sausage. Absolutely perfect! Then topped off with an egg to bring the whole dish together, if you so choose.

So so yummy, done in 30 minutes and its even gluten free. Um… Win! 🙂

Chicken Sausage Potato Hash in a cast-iron skillet topped with a fried egg

Chicken Sausage Potato Hash in a cast-iron skillet topped with a fried egg

Chicken Sausage Pepper & Potato Hash 2

Chicken Sausage Pepper Potato Hash

  • Author: Krista
  • prep_time Prep Time: 10 mins
  • cook_time Cook Time: 25 mins
  • total_time Total Time: 35 mins
  • yield Yield: 4 servings 1x
  • category Category: Breakfast
  • method Method: Stove
  • cuisine Cuisine: American


This Chicken Sausage Pepper Potato Hash is a quick and easy potato hash made with crispy red & yellow bell peppers. It’s perfect for breakfast, dinner or anything in between!



  • 1 lb. of chicken sausage, sliced
  • 2 tablespoons of coconut oil
  • 5 large russet potatoes, small dices {about 34 cups}
  • 1 red bell pepper, diced
  • 1 cup of red onion, diced
  • salt & pepper
  • optional, serve with an over easy egg


  1. Heat a large non-stick skillet to medium high heat.
  2. Add chicken sausage to the pan, saute for 6-8 minutes. Until sausage is browned.
  3. Remove chicken sausage from the pan and put on a plate and place skillet back on burner.
  4. Add coconut oil to pan, once melted add diced potatoes.
  5. Saute for 15-17 minutes, until potatoes are slightly browned. Season with salt & pepper.
  6. Add peppers and onions to the pan, saute another 3-4 minutes.
  7. Add in chicken sausage toss and serve.
  8. {you can serve as is, or with an over easy egg on top}

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16 Responses
  1. Kristin

    You’re CRAZY if you think it will only take 5 minutes to prep:
    -small dices for FIVE potatoes
    – diced cup of red onion
    -diced red bell pepper
    – sliced chicken sausage
    Even with my kids helping that’s 15 minutes to wash produce, take out utensils, cut, etc.
    And if I use the food processor, it’s at least five minutes just to find it, take it out, rinse it off, and set it up, and another five just for the potatoes.
    Be realistic, please!
    Having said that, the dish looks really good and I will probably try it, I will just plan for an hour total (so it will not be a “quick” weeknight dinner), or prep over the weekend.

    1. Krista

      haha… sorry Kristin. Apparently I’m a speed chopped then because it did take about 5 minutes. But I can definitely give a little more wiggle room and add a couple more minutes on. 🙂

      Hope you enjoy the meal! It’s a goodie!

  2. Annie @Maebells

    My favorite blogs are the ones written in their normal conversation voice. I find it honest and refreshing. I tend to forget a blog that is written strictly about the food. We are all human, we have emotions, and stories to tell. I like it when that shows in the writing. And this hash…um yum! I want it like right now, we are huge hash fans in this house so I can’t wait to try!

    1. Krista

      Totally agree, I want to feel like I know the person writing not just hearing about why I should make what they made. 🙂 So glad you liked this sweet girl and that you stopped by, went over and checked out your site and love it! 🙂

  3. Danae @ Recipe Runner

    Krista, I’m right there with you on finding my blog voice, I definitely don’t feel like I’m there yet. I love your voice though. I think a little funny, mixed with the nutritional, mixed with inspirational is perfect! This brinner is calling to me right now. I sweat so much on my run this morning that the salty sausage, egg, and potato sounds wonderful!

    1. Krista

      You are doing an awesome job Danae, especially for just starting out. I’m always amazing at how good your photography is. 🙂 We will just figure out what are blog voice is together. 🙂 In the meantime I will just continue to gawk at your recipes! hehe

      Thanks for the sweet comments and foodie props girl!

  4. Thalia @ butter and brioche

    YUM i can never go past a good breakfast hash! this looks too delicious.. definitely recreating this in my kitchen. thanks Krista for the idea!

  5. Chris @ Shared Appetite

    It took me a really long time to find my “blog voice”, and really, I feel like I’m still constantly working on it. Loving this hash, and that egg looks glorious!!!

    1. Krista

      Thats encouraging.. I feel like you have definitely found yours. I always love reading through the entire post to find what crazy funny quote you will have that day. Plus your recipes are always stellar. How long have you been blogging and how long did it take you to find your voice?

  6. Matt Robinson

    So funny, I was reading this post and was so happy to see that you mentioned my love for brinner! 🙂 This looks so incredibly yummy, you know I love this. Especially with that egg on top. I am all over the place when I write my posts, totally depends on my mood. You do an amazing job though! Have an awesome weekend!

    1. Krista

      haha.. Had to give a shout out to the original word creator!

      One of the reasons I like your blog so much is that you do the same thing, all of the place but write whats on your mind. 🙂

  7. Mike@TheIronYou

    I love the term “Br-inner”, I’m definitely going to adopt it from now on. And this recipe is like the epitome of Br-inner.

    About your blog, one of the reasons I love it, it’s because you always say (okay, more like write) what’ s on your mind and heart in the moment. It feels very honest and genuine. Plus, I love your recipes, so it’s a total win-win situation.

    1. Krista

      haha.. I know right! Best word ever! 🙂

      Thanks Mike, I really appreciate that and yeah for a win win situation! Makes me feel more confident in the way I write and that people actual read what I write instead of just skipping to the recipe. 🙂

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