Low Syn Sausage Hash | Slimming World

We had some leftover low fat Cumberland Sausage in the fridge and we fancied something a bit different so I came up with this Low Syn Sausage Hash.

Sausage Hash

It’s ideal for breakfast or lunch, and it’s a great Slimming World friendly Sunday brunch idea.

If you don’t have too much time in the morning you could fry off all the veg the night before so it’s ready to throw in the sausage and pop in the oven to reheat (just make sure it’s heated through before you add the egg).

 

We’re lucky enough to have an amazing butchers close by that make low fat sausages, but you can use whatever sausages you want. Heck Smoky Paprika or Chicken Italia sausages would be great for this, and only 0.5 syns for 2 sausages, or if you want a syn free version you could use the Slimming World Syn Free Sausages from Iceland.

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Low Syn Sausage Hash | Slimming World

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people 10 minutes 30 minutes

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430kcal

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0.5

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INGREDIENTS
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INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Wash the potato and cut them into a rough dice, there's no need to peel them. Then put them in a bowl suitable for the microwave and cook them on full power for a few minutes. The potato should still be slightly firm
  2. Pre heat the oven to 200°C
  3. Spray a large frying pan with Frylight, heat until it starts to sizzle and add the diced onion, peppers and potato. Sprinkle with a little Season All, then cook until they just start to colour
  4. Add the courgettes and sausage continue to cook until the veg is browned
  5. Divide the mixture equally between 2 oven proof dishes and make a shallow well in each one
  6. Crack an egg into each well and cook in the oven for about 12 minutes, until the egg is set (12 minutes will give you a runny egg, so if you prefer a harder yolk leave it in for couple of extra minutes)

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4 Comments
  1. Hi Guys!
    would this be possible to freeze? or do you think it would last if I batch cooked for the week and kept in the fridge?
    J x

    1. Hi Jacquetta
      It might not freeze to well, but you could cook off the veg and keep it in the fridge for a few days, then just portion it into an oven proof dish, crack in an egg and bake whenever you want

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