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Sweet Potato Hash

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Written by Kelsey Bair

We have had a beautiful summer! So beautiful, in fact, that I went tent camping a few weeks ago and was actually chilly at night (aka fire and sweatshirt needed!). It was on that camping trip that I was reminded of a very easy, very delicious dish.

Our friends brought the ingredients to make a hash for breakfast one morning. Merriam webster defines “hash” as “chopped meat cooked and cooked again typically with potatoes”. Basically, the dish consists of whatever leftover meat and vegetables you have along with some eggs!

I have made my own version of this dish made with sweet potatoes, mushrooms, and sausage. I hope you enjoy!

 Sweet Potato Hash
Serves 4-6

Ingredients:
1lb hot/spicy sausage
1 large sweet potato, cleaned, peeled, diced
 1/2 red onion, diced
 1/2 green bell pepper, diced
8 button mushrooms, washed and sliced
 5 large eggs

 All You Do:
1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
2. In a medium oven proof skillet, brown sausage. Remove sausage to paper towels.
3. In a medium saucepan, bring water to a boil. Add sweet potatoes. Cook for about 4 minutes (you do not want them mushy). Drain.
4. In sausage pan, add a teaspoon of oil. Cook onion, pepper, and mushrooms for 5-6 minutes.
5. Add drained sweet potatoes and sausage to the vegetables. Heat through.
6. Crack the eggs over the meat mixture (in a circle… do not stir them in).
7. Bake the hash for 10 minutes or until the eggs are over easy.

About the author

Kelsey Bair

Kelsey Bair is a registered dietitian, daughter of God, wife of an amazing husband, and owner of one crazy Golden Retriever. She has a passion for connecting people with the truths behind nutritious eating and helping healthy food taste good.

Kelsey is currently one of the registered dietitians at Kearney Hy-Vee where she loves being able to share her passion of nutrition with the people of Kearney and surrounding communities. When she is not sharing nutrition information at Hy-Vee, Kelsey loves to bake/cook, read, spread time with family and friends, along with volunteer with her church. She hopes that her posts can give you some great ideas for new and exciting cooking experiences!

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