The wife and I like breakfast scrambles. Potatoes, eggs, bell peppers, a touch of onion, and some sort of meat complete the dish. Jimmy Dean breakfast scrambles are an all in one cooking option.
The only problem is that the "some sort of meat" is always pork in a Jimmy Dean product. This isn't problem for the missus and I as we have no religious dietary restrictions, but we don't particularly like pork. But it is a problem for our friends who keep kosher. There is a saying that if you ask two Jews how to keep kosher you'll get three answers.
Thankfully our friends are not hardcore in their dietary restrictions, so they don't mind that the cookware may not meet the kosher standards as long as the food does.
That being said, here is the kosher scramble.
One bag frozen Potatoes O'Brian (potatoes with onion and bell pepper)
One bag frozen bell pepper strips (bell peppers are chock full of vitamin C and good stuff)
One package Hormel Turkey sausage (although a smoked beef sausage would be great too)
In a large skillet you need to brown the potatoes, add the bell peppers. Pop the sausage into the microwave 50% power for 5 minuets and heat it up (it comes fully cooked). Cut up the sausage add it too the potatoes and cook for another few minutes. When the potatoes are nicely browned place them off to the side in a dish, and scramble your eggs. When your eggs are just about done add the potato/pepper/sausage mix back into the skillet and blend together.
Serve and enjoy.