What’s better than breakfast any time? Breakfast all on one pan.
Why This Recipe Works
What’s better than breakfast any time? Breakfast made all on one pan. We gave 1-inch pieces of potato a head start in the oven before adding sausages to the baking sheet. We then cooked this combo until the potatoes were browned and the sausages were just lightly browned. We piled the potatoes and sausages on one end of the baking sheet to make room for the bread and eggs; the sausages finished browning because we left them slightly elevated on the pile. To ensure that the toast and eggs finished cooking at the same time, we pretoasted one side of the bread and then flipped it before adding the eggs. A 475-degree oven provided an initial blast of heat to cook the eggs through without sacrificing runny yolks.
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