Sweet potato hash
I had a few things left over from our weekly CSA box, and needed to use them.
Here's what I had:
Here's what I added:
olive oil (about 2 T)
*Fry four or five strips of bacon to desired doneness and set aside.
*Small dice the sweet potato (1/2" cubes) and fry in bacon fat until caramelized and browned a bit
*Cut onion into VERY thin quarter-circles (not sure of proper culinary term...basically quarter the onion, then slice into thin crescent shaped pieces) and saute until translucent
*Throw asparagus and mushrooms in for a couple minutes
*chop bacon and toss it in
Very satisfying, rich, fatty, umami, hearty.
I have made this with whatever is left over in the fridge a couple different times. The onion, bacon, and sweet potato are the staple ingredients.
i've also topped this with:
and have not been disappointed. doesn't need anything, but it doesn't hurt it, either.
Here's mine with bacon, purple sweets, and summer squash.
Purple Sweet Potato Hash by fivebyevif, on Flickr
Reheats like a dream! Great for breakfasts!
just those three ingredients? not a huge fan of summer squash, but with enough bacon, i can eat anything? :-)
Here's what's in there:
Originally Posted by adameads
- 1 onion, chopped
- 1 purple sweet potato, peeled, cubed
- 8 strips bacon, chopped
- 1 summer squash, chopped
- 1/2 tsp dried thyme, rubbed between my fingers
- 2 garlic cloves, diced
- All the grease from the bacon
- ...and eggs
Cook bacon until crisp, remove to a bowl, add the squash and onion, cook until translucent, add sweet potatoes, slap on a lid. Wait 5 minutes. Stir, add thyme and garlic, stir some more, slap lid on again. Wait 5 more minutes. Test a thick cube to make sure they're cooked through. Crack eggs on top. Slap on lid for 2 minutes. Add a dash of water. Slap on lid again for 2 more minutes. Eeeeeat.
Mr. Onalark is not a fan of runny eggs, hence the extra egg-cookin' time. If I were a single lady (heaven forfend!) I would probably cook my eggs less.
Last edited by onalark; 07-26-2012 at 12:47 PM.
Eggs are made to be eaten over-medium...gel like yolks for the win!!
Yum, these look great! Before I went primal I would make a sweet potato, black bean, and corn hash. I never eat beans or corn anymore so maybe I'll make that again one day just because it's SO GOOD!
I made a sweet potato hash to eat with my eggs for lunch yesterday.. 1 potato, 4 slices of thick bacon, half an onion, salt and pepper.. I could live off of the stuff.. Unfortunately, my stomach can only handle the sweet potatos in moderation.