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12.07.2010

Roasted Vegetable Hash with Poached Egg

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Solo lunches are usually quick ones for me. But, that doesn't mean it has to be boring! Like this one. A simple hash of roasted vegetables and spicy sausage made heartier and playful with the addition of a poached egg.

At the moment, I am a bit thin on the story telling and yarn spinning talent. So, until the block clears, I'll just leave you with the photos and perhaps, one of the simplest, happiest recipes on Earth! Fortunately, I think this dish needs no further eloquence.. :D

Roasted Veggies Hash with Poached Egg



Roasted Vegetable Hash with Poached Egg

5-6 brussel sprouts, split
1 carrot, diced 1/4 inch
2 whole cloves of garlic
1 spicy, pre-cooked sausage, diced 1/4 inch
1/2 small onion, diced fine
1 tsp ground cumin
1/2 tsp fresh cracked pepper
1/2 tsp oregano
Feta or goat cheese as needed
1 egg, poached
olive oil and salt as needed

Toss the brussel sprouts, garlic and carrots in a bit of oil. Season with salt, oregano, cumin and pepper and toss to coat well. Bake at 375 F for 20 minutes until browned and soft. Remove and cool on rack for a few minutes.

Meanwhile, saute the onions until soft. Add the sausage and brown a bit. You can add some cumin and chili flakes if you want. Add the veggies and lightly saute for a couple of minutes. Serve with a freshly poached egg and cheese sprinkled over.


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27 comments:

  1. OMG! this is one of my favourite recipes as well! See that? we are so similar, even in those little details!
    Lovely shots as well!

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  2. Yum, looks so good with that yolk a bit runny over the roasted vege and slices of sausage...

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  3. Roasty roasty! :-) If it wasn't for the waiting game I would roast stuff more often :p
    Nice lunch you made!

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  4. Solo lunch? This is the kind of evening meal we love! Really gorgeous, Asha. You fix such beautiful food even when eating alone!

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  5. That looks wonderful. I love poached eggs.

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  6. Words definitely aren't needed when that picture speaks a thousand :)

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  7. Yes this dish definitely needs no further words. It looks delicious, simple and really filling. I want!

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  8. This looks so hearty and perfect for a cold winter night!

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  9. This is a delicious hash, love the addition of spicy sausage and perfect topped with poached egg!

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  10. I adore meals like this. It looks delicious.

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  11. This looks wonderful! I avoid cooking with potatoes, so I love this vegetable hash! Never seen a recipe like it.

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  12. Mmmmm, it looks delicious! I usually have poached egg for breakfast, but this could be a nice change.

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  13. Sensational photos! Perfect for a cold day!!!

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  14. i hope everything is okay and that your writers block isnt bc of any stresses =)

    looks great as always

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  15. Congrats on Top 9 and this lunch looks amazing !!!

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  16. oooh, i would be happy to put a poached egg on anything! :)

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  17. Beautiful! For me simple meals are always the best! Thanks for sharing.

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  18. Whoa! This is so freaking clever! I love the idea of a hash made out of veggies, especially roasted ones.

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  19. stunning! i have an immense craving now for a runny egg.

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  20. Yes, Asha the pictures speak for themselves !
    I would gladly come around your home for lunch !

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  21. Words indeed tell a whole story in this case! Looks gorgeous and delicious!

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  22. Vegetable hash sounds all kinds of amazing!

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