Sweet Potato Hash, my old friend. No matter how long it’s been since I cooked you, what time of day I serve you, or even what specific ingredients make it into my skillet that day (this recipe suggests sweet potatoes, Italian sausage, and bell peppers, but they are by no means the rule), you nourish me, judgement free.
I’m not sure when you last cooked a hash recipe, but for us the answer is usually too long.
Magnificently flexible, incredibly filling, and loaded with ingredients from every food group, hash can be so many things we need at any given moment:
- a healthy, all-in-one meal
- a protein-packed breakfast, impressive brunch, or easy weeknight dinner
- stellar leftovers that are easy to reheat
- a clean-out-the-fridge situation
- a great excuse to add a runny egg to something (I am always happy to have this)
In addition to being loaded with vegetables and protein, this sweet potato hash is Whole30 and paleo friendly, as well as gluten free and dairy free.
It has a subtle kick from a touch of sriracha, which plays off of the natural sweetness of the sweet potatoes.
Italian sausage, one of my favorite ingredients for skillet recipes ranging from Sausage and Rice Casserole to Italian Sausage Skillet with Vegetables to Skillet Lasagna with Basil, Italian Sausage, and Butternut Squash, gives the hash even more complexity.
This crispy sweet potato hash is easy enough to pull together for dinner tonight, scrumptious enough to serve at brunch with pride, and if you’re a five-star planner who likes to get ahead on meals for the week, this sweet potato hash is meal-prep friendly too. (more…)
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