Skillet Potatoes and Ham with a Sunny Side Up Egg

June 28, 2018 at 5:07 PM | Posted in Eggs, Ham, Simply Potatoes | 2 Comments
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Today’s Menu: Skillet Potatoes and Ham with a Sunny Side Up Egg




For Breakfast this morning I made a Breakfast Sandwich using; a toasted Healthy Life Whole Grain English Muffin, lightly fried an al fresco Country Style Chicken Sausage Breakfast Patty, And had a cup of Bigelow Decaf Green Tea. After Breakfast I went to Menard’s to pick up a small can of Black Paint and then to Kroger and picked up a couple of Donuts for Mom, she wanted Coffee and Donuts for her Breakfast. I needed the paint to touch up the trim of the shed and to touch up a couple of the shutters around the house. A bit hotter and more humid today, 88 degrees and sunny. For Dinner tonight I prepared a Skillet Potatoes and Ham with a Sunny Side Up Egg.



The 2nd day of Breakfast for Dinner tonight. Skillet Potatoes and Ham for Breakfast, I mean Dinner! I’ll need; 1 package of Simply Potatoes Steakhouse Seasoned Diced Potatoes, a package of Meijer Diced Ham, 1 Egg, Morton’s Lite Salt, Ground Black Pepper, Sargento Reduced Fat Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese, Pam Non Stick Cooking Spray, and Extra Light Olive Oil.





To start I got a large skillet and sprayed it with Pam and added 2 tablespoons of Extra Light Olive Oil, heated it on medium heat. When the skillet was ready I added the package of the Simply Potatoes Steakhouse Seasoned Diced Potatoes. I lightly seasoned them with the Salt and stirred. Put the lid on the skillet and let them cook. Using a spatula, I turned them several times so they would cook evenly. Cooked a total of 15 minutes. With about 3 minutes of cooking time left I added the package of Meijer Diced Ham. Stirred and finished the cooking of the Potatoes. When done put them in a large bowl and set it aside.



As the Potatoes and Ham were finishing I got a small skillet sprayed it with Pam and added a 1/2 tablespoon of Extra Light Olive Oil, heated it on medium heat. When the skillet was heated I added the Egg. Seasoned it with Salt and Pepper. I grabbed a teaspoon and scooped up some of the Olive Oil and poured it on top of the Yolk. Then put a lid over the skillet and cooked my Egg. Sunny Side Eggs always cook better with a lid over the skillet and a bit of the Oil over them when cooking them. It gives the Yolk a good finish.



To put the dish together I used a bowl and made a bed of the Potatoes and Ham, seasoned them with a little of the Salt. Sprinkled some Sargento Reduced Fat Shredded Sharp Cheddar Cheese on top and then added the Sunny Side Egg. Time to Eat! I love the combo of Potatoes and Ham! Then with Egg topping it off it gave great flavor and tied the dish together. Excellent Dinner tonight. For Dessert/Snack later a bowl of Skinny Pop – Pop Corn with a Diet Tropa – Rock – A Snapple to drink.





Simply Potatoes Steakhouse Seasoned Diced

Simply Potatoes Steakhouse Seasoned Diced Potatoes. Made from only real, fresh, never frozen potatoes that are as deliciously easy as they are wholesome. Free from gluten.

Simply Potatoes Steakhouse Seasoned Diced Potatoes.
* Made from fresh potatoes.
* Net Wt 20 oz (1 lb 4 oz) 567 g.
* Gluten Free

Ingredients: Potatoes, Dextrose, Steakhouse Seasoning (Dehydrated Vegetables [Garlic, Red Bell Peppers and Onion], Salt, Spice, Natural Flavors, Oleoresin Paprika, and Silicon Dioxide Added to Prevent Caking), Contains 1/2% or less of the following: Disodium Pyrophosphate (Added to Maintain Color), Potassium Sorbate and Sodium Bisulfite (Added to Maintain Freshness).

Instructions: Keep refrigerated.Cook before serving.For best quality and cooking results, do not freeze.After opening, store in an airtight container and use within 3 days.Simple Steps to Delicious Potatoes:Heat 2 tbsp of vegetable oil in a skillet over medium heat.Add potatoes. Cover with lid.Cook 12-15 minutes, turning every 3-4 minutes.Note: During cooking, potatoes must reach a temperature of 165F for 2 minutes. Do not eat until fully cooked.



Medium white eggs in carton

Eggs are a very good source of inexpensive, high quality protein. More than half the protein of an egg is found in the egg white along with vitamin B2 and lower amounts of fat and cholesterol than the yolk. The whites are rich sources of selenium, vitamin D, B6, B12 and minerals such as zinc, iron and copper.


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  1. I never think to make breakfast for dinner. 😦

    • We love a good Breakfast! Plus a lot of times I don’t like eating a lot of calories and carbs to start the day, but I still love the Breakfast foods. So for Dinner is when I can have a full meal with more calories and carbs. So it works out good!

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