Breakfast arguably the most important meal of the day. This is a quick easy way to serve several people an elegant breakfast or brunch and not make too many dishes!

Yield = 6-8 portions


   - 2 sweet Potatoes grated

   - 6-8 eggs

   - Handful of cherry tomatoes

   - 1/2 medium yellow onion diced medium

   - 1/2 red bell pepper diced medium

   - 3-4 Chicken sausages

   - 1 bunch, or bag of fresh spinach

   - 1/2 tsp cumin

  - 1 tsp fresh oregano

   - Olive oil, salt, pepper, pinch of smoked paprika (optional)

You will need a deep skillet, or large pan that is oven safe, I used a 12 inch enamel coated cast iron pan (if you don't have a big enough skillet, you can prepare your potato mixture in a skillet, and bake in a casserole)


   - Preheat oven to 350 degrees

   - In your pan brown your sausage an all four sides

   - While you are cooking your sausage you can prepare your other ingredients

   - When your sausage is fully cooked set them aside but leave any juice left in the pan

   - Coat your pan with olive oil, then add in your onion, red pepper and sweet potato on

     medium heat. Stir regularly

   - When onions begin to soften stir in your tomatoes 

   - Slice your sausage into small 1/4 inch pieces and stir into your pan

   - Stir in cumin, oregano (salt and pepper to taste)

   - Once the potatoes and onions are cooked remove from heat and stir in all of the spinach. It

      may completely fill your pan at first, but it will shrink significantly.

   - Crack your eggs directly over the mixture with enough space that they aren't touching

      (if you are careful not to break the yolks it looks nicer when you are done, but don't worry

       if your yolks break)

   - Sprinkle salt pepper, and smoked paprika over your eggs, and place in heated oven

   - Bake until the eggs have reached desired doneness. (I like my yolks runny, it usually takes

      about 8 minutes for whites to fully cook)

Use a large spoon to scoop out a portion of your veggies and sausage with an egg, plate and serve!