I like hot dogs. I’m not obsessed with them and I have to be in the mood for one, but I do like a good one. The one thing that I have noticed during this new time of venturing to the grocery aka the Thunderdome, is that there is always plenty of hot dogs to choose from. The down side is that it’s usually just hubby and I that are eating them so, needless to say, we have a lot leftover. I do freeze them to use for another time, but sometimes I need to get creative. So I thought what better way to use them but in a breakfast hash.
Here’s what I used:
*frozen diced potatoes
*hot dogs cut in to bite size pieces
*onion powder (I did not have an onion on hand but you can use a chopped onion)
* cracked pepper
Heat a small or medium skillet on medium high heat, add butter and enough canola oil to fry the potatoes. When oil is hot, add frozen potatoes.
Add garlic powder, onion powder and salt to the potatoes. Cook about 3 minutes, stir and add hot dogs.
While potatoes are cooking, in a small skillet, add canola oil and heat on medium high heat. Crack an egg into the pan.
Season egg with salt and pepper, fry until the white is cooked and a little crispy around the edges, but the yolk is still runny.
Continue cooking potatoes, stirring occasionally until potatoes are golden on the outside and the hot dogs are cooked.
Place potatoes and hot dog mixture on to a plate. Top with the fried egg.
And for the money shot……
Need I say more. Enjoy!