This tasty brunch-style pie features a homemade hash brown crust brimming with chunky sausage, creamy gravy and baked eggs.

It's so easy to prepare,  you can almost make it in your sleep. ;-)

Step 1: Ingredients You'll Need:

Complete shopping list, in order of use: 
  • 1 lb Russet potatoes
  • 1 heaping teaspoon Seasoning salt
  • Nonstick cooking spray
  • 1/2 cup yellow onion- chopped
  • 1 Tablespoon Butter
  • 1 lb fresh Pork sausage- (Jimmy Dean? ;-)
  • 6 oz fresh Chorizo sausage (optional, but so darn delicious!)
  • 4 Tablespoons Cornstarch (not flour)
  • 2 cups whole milk
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 and 1/2 cups Monterey Jack cheese- shredded
  • 4-6 eggs- (Small eggs if possible)
  • 9" deep-dish Pie pan
  • 1 deep medium skillet
  • a wooden spoon
  • Cheese grater
  • Paring knife
  • Paper towel
Crust Preparation: 

Preheat oven to 425°F

Wash the potatoes and pat dry.  Grate with a cheese grater, then use a paper towel to squeeze out the excess moisture.  Sprinkle on 1 heaping teaspoon of seasoning salt.  Toss to coat. 

Spray 9" pie pan with non-stick cooking spray.  Add the grated potatoes and spread them out evenly in the pan, sides included.

Bake for 20 minutes or until light gold in color.

While the crust is baking, it's time to make the sausage gravy. -->
<p>I made this today. It was fairly good for a first time try. I would change a few things to make this a bit more appetizing for my eyes. Grated the potatoes into cool water to prevent browning prior to baking, extend baking time of potatoes to at least 20-25 minutes for a crispier crust. Mine lacked some flavor either due to seasoning or poor grade of sausage. Next time I will experiment with a different type of sausage as well as trying pepper jack cheese. For those of you who like your yolks runny or at least a bit I would add separately at the end. This held together well and can be cut in wedges, if you do not like the pie plate idea this would also work well in oblong roasting pan so you could cut into squares. I also though this may be fun to make in cupcake tins as well. </p><p>Thanks this was fun. </p>
Thanks for giving this recipe a try. I tweak every recipe to my preferences and I think red pepper flakes would help jazz it up a bit. I really like your idea to bake it in a casserole dish!<br><br>Thank you for commenting!
I hope the family likes it been up since 7am on a Saturday fixing them breakfast.
I hope they liked it, too! :-P~
Hubby must be very happy! Thanks for sharing.
It is complex. You are good.
If you have more thinking,please share with us.THX.
Sounds great--it's going on my to try list. Thanks for sharing, and good luck on the contest!
This looks delicious. I think if I made it I would scramble the eggs before I added them, because I don't really like my eggs sunny-side-up, which is too bad because I really like the look they add to the pie when done that way. I bet this would also be good with some peppers and mushrooms added. Now I'm hungry.
Just the <em>thought&nbsp;</em>of topping this pie with sauteed veggies is inducing my salivation.<br> <br> You're a culinary genius!!!
Haha, It doesn't look like there's much you could to improve on this recipe, but I do love sauteed veggies.
I really think you were spot on, Rambler.<br><br> Fresh sauteed veggies would be so amazing served with this pie. I wish I'd thought of it!
Looks great. Does the potato crust stay crispy after filling it?
Not noticeably... but I think the hash brown crust really helps the slices hold their shape well. <br><br>Thanks for your comment, cg!
I might try this sometime. It looks great!
Customize it the &quot;Sunshiine&quot; way! You'll love it! ;-)
I will add Peppers! And more peppers!
That I will do! Thanks again for sharing.
Looks GREAT!!! <br>What happened to the other comments??
You noticed, too? <br><br>There's a comment-eating bug on instructables. It likes me! ;-O)<br><br>Thank you for commenting. ;-)
This is a definite put on the menu type dish...any restaurant serving breakfast could up their patronage with this lovely looking dish...Great job ms MIMs..
Thank you ms M! ;-)

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