Sausage, Mustard & Apple Hash

a great one pan dinner
A great one pan dinner
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450g Potatoes white, peeled and cut into 2cm cubes
30g Butter
30g Olive oil for frying
2 small Apples Coxā€™s apples, cored and cut into wedges
4 Herby Pork sausages cut into chunks
2 tsp Mustard wholegrain
3 sprigs Fresh thyme leaves picked

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Sausage, Mustard & Apple Hash


I often make this Sausage, Mustard & Apple Hash when I need a quick midweek meal or if I have some leftover boiled potatoes hanging around. Hash originated as a way of using up leftovers. The word comes from the French verb hacher which means to chop. Basically, the idea is that you chop up all your leftovers into similar sized chunks and fry them.

I like to use the classic combination of sausage, mustard, apple and potato for this hash. In the recipe, I describe how to cook the potatoes, but you can use leftovers if you have them. Start by caramelizing apples. Then cook the potato and the sausage in the same skillet. Once these are cooked, mix in the mustard and apple and you are ready to serve.

To make Sausage, Mustard & Apple Hash, you will need the following ingredients:

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So, how to make Sausage, Mustard & Apple Hash?

Steps to make Sausage, Mustard & Apple Hash


Cook potatoes


Place the potatoes in a large pan of salted boiling water and cook for 4 mins. Drain using a colander and set them to one side to steam dry.


Melt butter in a skillet


Place half the butter and 1 tbsp olive oil in a large skillet and melt over a medium-high heat.


Caramelize apples


Place the apple wedges in the skillet and sautƩ on each side for about 5 minutes until the apples turn golden brown and start to caramelise. Remove the apples with a slotted spoon and place them on a plate.


Cook the potatoes and sausages


Heat the rest of the butter and a some more olive in the same skillet oil over medium heat. Add the potatoes and sausage chunks and cook for 10-15 minutes until the potatoes and sausage turn crisp and golden brown.


Add apples and mustard


Mix in the mustard and apple wedges. Sprinkle over some thyme leaves and season to taste.



Serve immediately with a bright watercress salad on the side.

This Sausage, Mustard & Apple Hash is a great way to use up leftovers. Sweet apple, sharp mustard and tasty sausages are a great combination! Donā€™t forget to come back and leave a review after you make it!

Jeff is a 38-year-old bachelor who prefers not to waste his time on salads and light meals. Heā€™s a true carnivore who knows how to enjoy food to the max! Jeff will tell you how to cook rich and filling meals from scratch, bringing some real meaty decadence to your kitchen. His recipes are sure to satisfy every meat lover!

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Total Reviews: 15
Priya Lomedico

Never thought these two things could combine so well,thanks.

Amaia Pottratz

Try this out with sweet potatos and drizzle a bit of syrup for a sweet/savoury lunch.

Paula Vavra

Not too bad but has a weird texture.

Adrienne Lauf

One of my all time favorite recipes actually enjoyed this.

Holland Shusterman

Satisfying meal for one or two people its also perfect for breakfast when you're in a hurry cause you can make it in under 30 minutes!!

Raylynn Hoffstadt

i made this yesterday but forgot to add the mustard so will be testing it out again today because i knew something was missing...

Abbie Stinchfield

Thanks for the fantastic meal again love all your stuff Jeff cant wait to see what other creative dishes you come up with.

Kalia Jabbar

Slap a bit of sourcream on it and thank me later

Briar Dibitetto

When I first read the title of this I thought for sure it'd taste apple and meat together? But surprisingly the flavor its storng and blends quite well so won't judge a book by its cover on this site anymore and i recommend yall to do the same.

Zoya Emore

Better than the Veggie hash for sure..way more flavorful and worth making than that one and I usually love Mexican food

Eisley Bismark

Too much potatoes!! No need for so much in my opinion gonna add a little less!

Ailani Zenker

Actually pretty good recipe in my opinion enjoyed every bite of it :)

Nahla Mastropolo

Fantastic mustard apple hash goes good with some cheesy garlic bread too.

Charlize Fretty

Would recommend this meal for a cookout! Easy fast and delicious, my fam thought it was a crowd pleaser too (-;


Yummy-yummy! Thank you! Approved!

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