This Blackstone Breakfast Hash Recipe is such an easy breakfast to whip up! Now I love to grill at night so it probably doesn’t surprise you that I love to make breakfast outside too. Now I did a similar version to this camping, so I had to make a big batch at home.
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This is one of those great breakfast dishes that can be made for dinner! I am not always a breakfast kind of guy on the weekdays. However, if you are looking for the ultimate hangover cure this is part of it.
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Blackstone Breakfast Hash Recipe Ingredients:
- Frozen Potatoes O’Brien– I used one with peppers in them, but you can do either.
- Sausage Rope– Beef, pork, turkey, or kielbasa will work in this recipe.
- Thick Cut Bacon– The thick cut has a good amount of flavor but doesn’t cook too fast on the Blackstone.
- Red Onion
- Green Onion
- Mexican Cheese
My favorite part is that you don’t have to call this breakfast hash. You can call it a breakfast scramble, dirty eggs, potato breakfast, and many other possibilities. While this is a favorite, I love that it is never the same dish and is so easy to change up.
How To Make Breakfast Hash on Blackstone Griddle:
Fire up your Blackstone and oil it up. If you are new to Blackstone Griddles, check out my tips for How To Care For Your Blackstone. (See the article ->here)
Once your griddle is warmed up and oiled up, turn the heat all the down.
This is one meal you will want to ensure you have the Blackstone Griddle Accessory kit. The spatulas and scraper will make cooking this meal and cleaning up a breeze.
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Spread your frozen potatoes out onto your griddle.
In a large bowl, whisk together your eggs to be scrambled. I pour in about 1/2 cup of water into the eggs to help them be fluffier.
While the potatoes are starting to cook, cut up your sausage, onion, and bacon.
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Push the potatoes to one side on the other side of the griddle, and I mixed in my onions at this time into the potatoes on the griddle.
Place the bacon on the opposite side of the griddle and turn that burner up so it will cook faster.
Place the sausage in the middle on the low it will cook fast enough at the lower temp.
l, let these cook until the bacon is cooked to the crispiness you prefer.
Move the meat over into the potato mixture, and then pour the egg mixture on the other side of the griddle.
The eggs will scramble up in no time; I move them around with one of the spatulas to ensure they scramble.
Once your eggs are almost finished, mix them up in your potatoes and meat.
When they are well-mixed top them with cheese and turn the griddle off.
I took the time to run in and make toast while the cheese melted.
Serve and enjoy!!
Toppings For Breakfast Hash:
What To Serve With Breakfast Hash:
- English Muffins
- French Toast
- Bloody Mary’s
Other Ingredients To Put In Breakfast Hash:
- Red Peppers
- Yellow Peppers
- Jalapeno Peppers
- Homemade Hashbrowns
- Diced Ham
- Breakfast Sausage
What is your go-to breakfast to make on the Blackstone Griddle Breakfast Recipe?
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Blackstone Breakfast Hash Recipe
- 56 Ounces Frozen Potatoes O'Brien
- 14 Ounces Sausage Rope
- 8 Slices Thick Cut Bacon
- 12 Eggs
- 1/2 Red Onion
- Green Onion
- Fire up your Blackstone and grease it up. If you are new to Blackstone Griddles make sure to check out my tips for How To Care For Your Blackstone. (See the article ->here)
- Once your griddle is warmed up and oiled up turn the heat all the down.
- This is one meal that you will want to make sure you have two spatulas and a scraper to cook with.
- Spread out your frozen potatoes out onto your griddle, you will want to get these going first so they can start to thaw and brown.
- In a large bowl whisk together your eggs to be scrambled. I pour in about 1/2 cup of water into the eggs to help them be fluffier.
- While the potatoes are starting to cook cut up your sausage, onion, and bacon.
- Push the potatoes to one side on the other side of the griddle, I mixed in my onions at this time into the potatoes on the griddle.
- Place the bacon on the opposite side of the griddle and turn that burner up so it will cook faster.
- Place the sausage in the middle on the low it will cook fast enough at the lower temp.
- Allo these to cook until the bacon is done to the crispiness that you prefer.
- Move the meat over into the potato mixture and then pour the egg mixture on the other side of the griddle.
- The eggs will scramble up in no time, I move them around with one of the spatulas to make sure they scramble.
- Once your eggs are almost done start to mix them up in your potatoes and meat mixture.
- When they are well-mixed top with cheese and turn the griddle off.
- I took the time to run in and make toast while the cheese melted.
- Serve and enjoy!!
I’ve not ever made this on a grill, but I make it at least once a week atop the stove, regular non-stick frying pan. Only difference in mine is that I use fresh diced potatoes, not frozen, since I always have fresh ‘taters on hand (even sweet potatoes). It;s a great way to use leftovers, too !! Love the video. I swear I could smell the bacon….lol. Oh, another great ingredient suggestion is mushrooms. The possibilities are endless.
I have never had a breakfast hash but that sounds great and so easy to personalize too!