This recipe was thrown together on a camping trip with my husband so you may have to play around with seasoning and amounts.

2 or 3 sweet potatoes (peeled and chopped)
7 or 8 heirloom white and purple potatoes (because I think they’re cute)
1 green bell pepper (chopped)
1 sweet onion (chopped)
Coconut Oil (2 to 4 tablespoons….will vary if you are using a cast iron skillet or not)
Chili powder
Thyme or Rosemary
2 Andouille sausages (I only buy from sources that offer minimally processed meats)
Egg (optional)

Heat up the 2 or 3 tablespoons of coconut oil in one skillet. Sautee’ potatoes until tender.

In another skillet heat up 1 tablespoon of coconut oil. Sautee’ onions, peppers and sausage.

Once cooked to desired temp, add to the potato mixture.

Spice to your liking and cook to desired tenderness. I prefer this dish minus the egg and as a stand alone meal. However, my husband loves this dish reheated for breakfast with a fried egg mixed in.

Now, a note to my readers…..I don’t follow recipes. I’m not a list or directions follower 🙂 so I cook by taste. I apologize for not giving exact amounts on the spices, but do what I do….make it taste how you like it!! I love spicy food so I tend to go heavier on spices than most people like. Make it your own!

This dish is also super easy to prepare BEFORE your camping trip (minus the egg). If you cook ahead, just store in some small covered dishes, pair with your favorite meat (also good with bunless hamburgers), or eat all by itself.